Movie making

Moore, Philip
June 2007
Australian PC User;Jun2007, Vol. 19 Issue 6, p78
The article offers tips on how video projects can have a professional look. People are suggested to use handy cameras that have an autofocus. They should familiarize themselves with the exposure controls of their cameras. Music ripped from compact discs may be incorporated in the video if the project is purely for private or in-house use.


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