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Yeah, the mighty mighty deadlift. Nothing does it better. Even though I have done these for years, a technical tip always confuses my brain. Best to begin your set light to groove the movement in, then raise the weight until it's stressful as hell to do 2-4 reps.
This youtube is correct, but makes it sound complicated. It's not. Main tip is that you push the world away with your legs. And keep back straight. No way to hurt yourself with this.
Certainly one of the better videos I've seen on the topic. One minor quibble is that his shoulders should actually be a bit more in front of the bar. This increases the efficiency of the lats pulling the bar back against the shins and is covered in great detail here: Deadlift Mechanics. Related video for those who might be interested: Learning To Deadlift.