How to Capture Memories and Special Events on Video
October 24, 2013
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Professional Photographer, Nigel Barker, shows you how to capture video of memorable events like a pro by utilizing available lite, stabilizing your camcorder and using the zoom feature. Do you have a school play or ballet recital coming up? If so, you sure don't want to miss these tips.
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