How many times have you wanted to setup a tracking dolly shot but didn't because you didn't have a dolly, rails, etc.? Depending on where you're shooting and how much room you have to work with if you've got a car, you've got a dolly! Here's a vid from Vimeo's Video Filmmaker School that gives some solid tips on how you can put your wheels to good use....
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So I have started a new VideoBlocks stock video contributor account I have 2 approved videos and i am waiting for 24 more videos to be approved jus thought i would share the link here http://www.videoblocks.com/portfolio/George%20Slade and really wanna hear your thought on stock video and the prospect of making a little extra income from stock footage...would you do it etc.
This is my first post here at video maker please be nice
I'm going to upgrade my camera and am considering between SonyA7SII or Black Magic; pertinent as these are now the two rival options in the market.
My filming is documentaries and the old fashioned style of Technicolor & Expressionist cinema: 30s-60s films. So I need the best cinematic/filmic look via the camera and good lenses followed by any necessary grading. And I do not have money for REDs or Arris.