Chuck Peters - September 27th, 2013
Greg Olson - April 01st, 2013
We all try to make the most out of the gear we have, but every video producer hits points in their career where they become limited by their equipment. Anybody who does video seriously knows it can be an expensive venture, and that it takes time to acquire all the gear we want. The world of camera support equipment is vast and can range from relatively affordable to shockingly expensive. A good tripod is worth it's weight in gold and everyone should have a shoulder mount to get basic handheld shots, but eventually, you're going to want to get some more dynamic shots.
My manager and I are having a disagreement over text in this video. We send out monthly emails to our database over how to improve their business in certain ways. This year I have convinced them to do all the videos on a white background, sort of "branding" the videos to have a similar look and feel.
Mike Wilhelm - September 26th, 2012
As you may have seen on Videomaker.com, we recently got our hands on the Pocket Rig by Edelkrone. At Videomaker, we're strong believers that if you're shooting on a DSLR, support is essential. Since the bodies are so small, these are cameras where the center of gravity is often in the lens. Combine that with the fact that the grip is vertical rather than horizontal, and you have yourself a recipe for wobbly video if you choose to shoot hand-held. We put the Pocket Rig on a Canon 5D Mark III and took it for a spin.
Mike Wilhelm - July 03rd, 2012
Jackson Wong - June 28th, 2012
i am writing here asking your support. With my team are going to make an awareness movie about all of us.
Please, have a look on our funding campaign on indiegogo for more infohttp://www.indiegogo.com/Humanity, we need some support, it's that by getting some fund or by sharing our funding campaign.
Thank you very much
Matteo - Marmolada Films
Derek Sine - September 09th, 2010
There is no doubt that a tripod lends itself to steady camera shots, as well as smooth pans and tilts. However, when you're shooting a run and gun documentary, a tripod can become too cumbersome to lug around. Sometimes, a tripod isn't needed when attempting a more stylistic handheld approach. Either way, without a tripod, your camera work is more likely to suffer from the shakes. To reduce the amount of excessive movement in your video try practicing the following handheld camera techniques. - Keep your elbows bent and tucked near your body.
Derek Sine - September 08th, 2010
Derek Sine - April 13th, 2010