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How to Capture a Spontaneous Event on Video

October 24, 2013
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The key to capturing spontaneous events on video is to always be prepared. And who better to show you how to capture and share those unexpected moments than digital filmmaker and YouTube sensation Joe Penna, known online as the MysteryGuitarMan. With Joe's great tips you'll never again have to say, "You should have been there."

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