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Art Howard - who has written 7 posts on The Digital Photo Experience.

For 30 years, two time Emmy award winning photographer and producer Art Howard has helped viewers experience life through images from both poles, 49 states and 30 countries. Taking the viewer to places like the Gulf war in Kuwait, -30 degree conditions in the Arctic, or the ocean floor 3000 feet below the surface he pushes constantly for new ways to tell the story.

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Video with your DSLR Week: Placement

August 4, 2010

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[Editors Note: This week is “Shooting Video with your DSLR” here on DPE with Rob Sheppard, Art Howard and Juan Pons. We will be bringing you a new article every day this week, make to sure to check them all out!] In the past we have talked about WMT… Wide Medium and Tight. The backbones […]

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Video with your DSLR Week: How you recover

August 2, 2010

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[Editors Note: This week is “Shooting Video with your DSLR” here on DPE with Rob Sheppard, Art Howard and Juan Pons. We will be bringing you a new article every day this week, make to sure to check them all out!] For the past six months I have had the pleasure of touring the world […]

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Art’s Top Ten Video Tips

April 7, 2010

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Capturing video is a bit different than capturing stills. Although some of the same rules apply there are some key differences and some key techniques you can employ to make a compelling film. As more and more folks are entering the world of video with the new video capable DSLRs I thought I would share […]

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Zoom

March 3, 2010

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If your picture isn’t good enough, you’re not close enough. -Robert Capa No better words have been spoken. For stills or for video. When I started shooting I had not heard those words but my gear forced me to live it. The servo zoom on my old Ikegami ate up so much power my two […]

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Roll with it

February 24, 2010

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Moments of sight and sound are what make videos strong, powerful, memorable. But one of the first things shooters forget to do is ROLL. I know it sounds crazy but you have to roll to capture moments. You get caught up in the moment and forget to push the button. If you see it thru […]

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Keep Your Sock Drawer Straight

December 28, 2009

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Georgia O’Keefe once stated she could not paint until her sock drawer was straight. And while this is not a housekeeping blog, her comment hold true when it comes to being a better storyteller with video. Knowing where all the parts of your gear live, and the state of their working order, is a huge […]

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What is the best video camera for you?

November 23, 2009

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People ask me all the time, “what is the best camera to shoot video?” My answer, “the one that has the qualities that match your ideas”. Cameras don’t take images moving or still. People do. People with ideas. There are 100s of camera choices for video today. Cell phones. Digital SLRs. The RED and Phantom. […]

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