GoPro, Inc have put out a call to users of GoPro cameras to submit their best photos and video content with the launch of GoPro Awards.
Open to both amateurs and professionals GoPro Awards is an ongoing, year-round program that rewards the GoPro community for sharing their photos, video clips and video edits for inclusion in GoPro Channel programming and licensing. Through a combination of cash awards and discount coupons, GoPro will grant up to $5 million annually to creators of content that the company uses.
I have been filming for many years but am certainly an amateur. My grandson is a fantastic hockey player and everyone depends on me to take the videos and either give them out upon request or post on YouTube. They all go on YouTube for the dad's to critcise (sorry kids).
Recently uploaded my newest short film and would REALLY appreciate some feedback and advice on it. It features gun fire, hand to hand combat, and the worlds best 12 year old commando... Thanks in advance.
We may become documentarians, wedding videographers, broadcast cameramen or indie filmmakers, but one thing holds true for almost everyone who works in the medium of video: We first became intrigued by moving pictures from watching Hollywood genre movies as kids. And no wonder!
Hey guys, I've got a film in pre-production now and I'm aware of a few fight scenes that will be included. In the past, I've filmed fight scenes directly with automatic settings on the camera; however I would like to achieve a much different look this time around.
I was wondering what types of settings that you guys have used on your camera's, and how you typically film your fight scenes. Should I film the action slower at 30FPS with a 1/60 shutter speed and speed the playback to 60FPS in post?