7 Essential GIMBAL MOVEMENTS That Will Help Make Your Film Look More Cinematic

by Aputure

A gimbal isn’t much use if you don’t know what to do with it.

In this weeks episode, 4 Minute Film School: 7 Essential GIMBAL MOVEMENTS,  they cover 7 common camera movements with examples in many of today’s popular films, but also what psychological purpose they serve in your storytelling efforts. These movements are essential in the storytelling efforts and can be accomplished by you with a proper gimbal setup.

 

Guy Noffsinger on location in Micronesia filming a documentary, Hunt for the Lost Clipper
Guy Noffsinger on location in Micronesia filming a documentary, Hunt for the Lost Clipper
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