BY STUDIOBINDER Have you ever been watching a movie or TV show and noticed a subtle change in depth of field that revealed some new detail in a scene? That’s a rack focus. Today we’re going to go over the rack focus. We’ll cover how to do it, how to use it, and why this camera move should […]Read more "The Rack Focus: Creative Examples of Camera Movements & Angles"
by Idustrial Revolution Ever thought more could be done with the Ken Burns tool in Final Cut Pro X? Want to know some awesome ninja tricks with image moves? In this tutorial we push the Ken Burns tool in Final Cut Pro X to the limit. Variable speed zooms, automatic jump cuts and easy swapping […]Read more "Ninja Ken Burns Techniques in Final Cut Pro X"
By Ryan McAfee, Pond5 Cinemagraphs are magical loops or clips that combine a still image with a moving video component. When they’re done well, they appear to be seamless animations that mesmerize us into watching them for extended periods of time. Creating a cinemagraph can actually be done pretty easily, as long as you know […]Read more "How to Make a Cinemagraph in Premiere Pro (or After Effects)"
by Cinecom.net 8 fake handheld camera movement presets for Adobe Premiere Pro. Created using real handheld motion, this free video pack gives your videos more a more dynamic real-feel.There are 4 focal lenghts; wide angle, normal lens, tele and super tele. Every focal length has a normal and heavy motion variation. The movement was created with […]Read more "REAL HANDHELD Camera PRESETS for Premiere Pro, FREE"
by V. Renee, nofilmschool Here are some ways to use camera sliders to make your footage look more professional and cinematic. Here are the moves Parker Walbeck talks about in the video: Side-to-side Push-in/Pull-out Parallax Low mode Aerial Oh, so much more here to post the look and feel of your next video…Read more "5 Cinematic Slider Moves (and How to Do Them Right)"
by DSLR Video Shooter, Caleb Pike Caleb Pike shows you how to create beautiful re-timed slow motion shots using camera movement and some tricks in post via FCPX. In Premiere, this is called time remapping. Right click on the little colored fx logo in the corner of the clip in your timeline, select time remapping and […]Read more "How to Create Beautiful Slow Motion Camera Movement Shots"
by benrovids On this edition of Tips & Tricks, we will demonstrate how to pull off some very unique slider shots. These creative movements can help you tell a story, and enhance your production value.Read more "Tips & Tricks – Creative Slider Techniques"