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1 second a dayI’m sure we’re all familiar with those “one second a day” photos and videos, yeah? The time-lapsed pieces of a child growing up, a man getting older, or even the videos you make with 1 Second Everyday (if you don’t have that app, get that app). Recognizing the unique storytelling potential of this concept is pretty easy, but its potential was realized in incredible fashion in this shocking ad for the charity organization Save the Children. In the video, a year in the life of a young girl is documented in one-second shots, and the transition from her happy suburban life in the UK to — well — you’ll just have to see for yourself, but it’s pretty astounding. More »

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Over at Creative Cow, Andrew Devis has been hard at work creating a slew of videos for his ongoing series of Adobe Premiere Pro CS6 tutorials. The videos cover a multitude of topics like the basic interface, using the various editing tools, transitions, effects, titles, and most recently color correction and grading. Here are some videos from the series to get you started: More »

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If my own experience is any indication, most people celebrated Halloween last night, on Saturday — which leaves the actual date of October 31st in no-man’s land. If you’re not inclined to dress up two nights in a row — or at all — here are five videos to watch in the comfort of your zombie-free home. Note many of these have NSFW violence and/or language: More »

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Yesterday I checked out the YouTube Play exhibit at the Guggenheim here in New York, which is showing for three days (simultaneously with the Bilbao, Berlin, and Venice Guggenheim museums) “the ultimate YouTube playlist: a selection of the most unique, innovative, groundbreaking video work being created and distributed online during the past two years.” In the spirit of YouTube, however, these videos are not restricted to expensive museum installations; anyone can watch them online, for free. More »