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Saturday Night Live’s Editor Adam Epstein on His Cutting Room Secrets

We had the privilege of catching up recently with Adam Epstein, who has been a key member of the Saturday Night Live editorial team since 2009. He agreed to share his tips and secrets about delivering great stories in a high pressure environment.

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5 Best Branded Vines of the Week: 21st May 2014

In our pick of the best branded Vines of the week, Sony confirms the price of the much-awaited a7S camera, The Home Depot takes us through a Rube Goldberg style journey from seed to plant, American Apparel shows us behind the scenes in L.A., and Hewlett Packard takes a trip to the beach.

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Top Five Camera Motion Tips From Director Vincent Laforet [Interview]

Vincent Laforet is a Pulitzer Prize winning photo-journalist turned director with a distinguished career behind both the still and motion camera. We jumped at the chance to ask him to choose his top five tips for anyone wanting to grow their expertise in directing motion.

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5 Best Branded Vines of the Week: 30th April 2014

The best Vines of the last 7 days include a trip around a full-blown fashion show in 6 seconds, a Doritos/Cheetos mash-up that's too hot even for T-Rex, the launch of Samsung's new Kzoom smartphone, and confirmation on how a handy new phone charger can save you from the world's most boring magazine.

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5 Best Branded Vines of the Week: 30th April 2014
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5 Best Branded Vines of the Week: 2nd April 2014

The best Vines of the last 7 days include Dunkin Donuts teasing us with some April Foolery, Samsung Mobile helping a pudgy puppy on his way to fitness, Samsung Camera and its never-ending camera loop, and Coca-Cola with its solution to that old-age problem of too many napkins but not enough soda.

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6 Basic Tips for Capturing Clear Audio on Your Video [Creator's Tip #132]

Great audio quality will enhance your video, whilst bad audio quality can ruin any footage you've taken the time to film. Following our 6 easy tips for capturing the best sound quality will ensure that you get the audio right every time

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Stabilize Shaky Footage with Adobe Premiere [Reel Rebel #45]

So you have some footage that has just a little more shake than you'd like. Fortunately for you, you have some options in post-production through Adobe Premiere's Warp Stabilizer feature. Just remember, fix that before you get to this point next time.

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Achieve Bokeh With Shallow Depth-of-Field [ReelRebel #40]

Creating that creamy, out-of-focus background with a sharp, in-focus subject in front of it is all a matter of shallow depth-of-field. And if you really want to impress your friends, call it "bokeh." It's achieving a film-like look and making you look more pro.

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Achieve Bokeh With Shallow Depth-of-Field [ReelRebel #40]
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Three Professional Ways to Light Faces [ReelRebel #39]

You've probably heard of three-point lighting and you use it to perfection.

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Three Professional Ways to Light Faces [ReelRebel #39]
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Vimeo's 10 Tips on Your First DIY Video Interview

Vimeo's Video School once again has a wealth of information for those who would like to make their videos pop. This particular video goes over the DIY interview. And while you've probably heard of a few of these tips, it's always good to have reminders

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