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Feet are hitting the pavement with more enthusiasm than in previous months, and it seems like the world is more kinetic than before. I'm no longer the lone dancer on the train — everyone's got a little pep in their step! My challenge to you this weekend is to create a video that focuses on human movement, at any scale. Let's take a look at a few examples of videos that focus on movement, be it dance, play, or the shuffle of daily life. Continue reading… Category: Editing Shooting Difficulty: beginner Hey there, my metaphor-making multitudes, How about a little lesson before I triple dog dare ya?

Match cuts are used for to create continuity between two dissimilar scenes, as they are less jarring than a jump cut. The most frequent use of a match cut is for "matching on action" — cutting from one shot to another view that matches the action in the first shot. Continue reading… The best how to videos on the web. Teach yourself to program. We are entering the summer, the perfect time to improve yourself, you could go running or swimming, you could learn a new foreign language or perhaps you could learn to program.

Teach yourself to program

Self-learning is not as hard as it sounds, and it’s much easier than self-learning Spanish or French. There are really wonderful sources to start learning these new languages, understanding the concept behind programming and giving it a try with some interesting problems. Basic Programming Via XKCD To learn a new programming language, it’s much easier if you already know the concepts because you can start learning the new structures in no time.

Programming Concepts : This is a brief tutorial for new programmers from the City University of New York. Learning a Language Whether you already know some programming languages or you are moving forward, you should choose a language to work with. Learning HTML Via Cyanide and Happiness HTML is quite a simple language that doesn't use variables or operations. Learning Python.