A Wedding Photographers Guide to Mixing Digital Photography and Video
By Jennifer Bebb
Final Release Date: April 2010
Give your clients more than moments
Fusion. It's capturing not only the sights and colors, but also the voices. The music. The sweep of her train, and the way his fingers tremble ever so slightly. The toast, and the emotion in the best man's voice. By blending still photography with audio and video, you can give your clients more than just the moments of their day. You can preserve the day in all its dimensions, forever.
Create a legacy your clients will cherish. They'll tell their friends, and your business will bloom.
Easy steps to creating and sharing Fusion
Select the right cameras, sound recording systems, and auxiliary equipment
Choose the medium that best showcases each portion of the wedding day
Learn where to place microphones and video cameras and plan your setup
Compare editing options: iMovie®, Final Cut Pro®, Adobe® Premiere®, and other choices
Edit and blend video footage, stills, audio, and music tracks
Prepare your Fusion for DVD and showcase it online
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