Izzy Video 014 – The Difference One Light Can Make


Inside this video tutorial you’ll find an extra surprise (a big announcement, and I won’t spoil it here).

Anyway, this tutorial demonstrates more basic light information, and also shows the impact of good lighting. If you’re frustrated by the type of picture you get with your camera when shooting around the house, this episode might provide some answers to your problems.

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I had to repost the file, slightly edited. It’s just my voice at the end now. Unfortunately there was a technical problem with the rendering that created a funny glitch in the previous version.

Izzy Video 013 – Close-Ups and Wide Shots


This episode of Izzy Video covers the Framing Terms for different types of shots.

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It’s a brand new month, so if you haven’t already voted for Izzy Video at podcastalley.com in January, please take two minutes and do so. Obviously it helps get more exposure for Izzy Video, and I really appreciate your support of the show.

Happy new year, everyone! I’m hoping that 2006 is the year of the video podcast.

I know Steve Garfield does a video podcast, but who else makes one? If you’re part of the Izzy Video audience, and you’re doing your own video podcasting, please comment here, and leave the address. I want to see what you’re doing, too . . .

Izzy Video 012 – Cut Away Shots


Creative thinking can sometimes rescue errors in video footage. In this video tutorial, I show you how to use Cut Away shots to fix problematic video.

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Thank you to everyone who has been writing all those nice things about Izzy Video in the Customer Review section of the iTunes Music Store. I really appreciate all the support.

Also, thank you for the votes on Podcast Alley. The month is almost over, but if you haven’t voted for Izzy Video on Podcast Alley yet in December, would you mind hopping over to www.podcastalley.com and putting in a quick vote? I sure do appreciate it.

Izzy Video 006 – Fast and Slow Motion

This episode covers several different ways you can use “Fast Motion” and “Slow Motion” in your Digital Video.

It’s no secret that I love hearing everybody’s feedback. Thank you for all the compliments, and I certainly plan on posting many more episodes.

If you like the tutorials, and would like to support it, please refer your friends and family. Hopefully, they’ll find it useful as well.

I’m open to any feedback, or criticisms on how to improve. Please let me know if there’s something I can do to make these better.