By Kyle Cassidy | Videomaker A static frame is not only boring to your audience; by keeping the camera still, you’re also missing out on one of the most fundamental storytelling tools in cinema — movement. Beginning to learn to shoot video, whether for a hobby or a budding business, requires some knowledge of the basic […]Read more "Camera Movement Techniques You Should Master!"
by V. Renee, nofilmschool If you need an emergency dolly for your smartphone camera, this DIY hack is as easy as pie… Want to know how to make your own DIY camera dolly to add dynamic and cinematic movements to your shots? In this video, COOPH shows you how to do it with just a […]Read more "DIY Pizza Dolly"
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 WanderWorx Here is a simple Filmmaking Hack to turn your Gimbal into a Slider. The Gear used in this video Gimbal: http://amzn.to/2nSJJ0F Tripod: http://amzn.to/2vt0y8q Camera A: http://amzn.to/2nLzpXq Camera B: http://amzn.to/2pRXm1X Mic: http://amzn.to/2uffFC4 And a follow-up Tips ‘n Tricks for slider techniques by DSLRguide…Read more "Use your GIMBAL as a SLIDER in this FILMMAKING HACK"
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"
by ShooTools AutoPan is a smart Electronic Device, fully programmable that WORKS with ANY SLIDER IN THE MARKET. It has got an internal motor and a rechargeable battery that pan your camera in 4 different modes. bit.ly/AutoPanShooTools UNIVERSALITY it is the first electronic AutoPan that can be used universally on any Slider/Dolly Length and Brand, […]Read more "AutoPan – The First Universal Panning Tool"
June 11, 2015 by Robert Hardy, nofilmschool Jib shots are great, and there’s no doubt that they can add massive production value. However, they can also be a tremendous pain in the ass to set up and operate, especially as a one man crew. Luckily, like most technical aspects of filmmaking, jib shots can be […]Read more "Use a Slider to Achieve Smooth, Cinematic Jib Shots"
January 13, 2015 by V. Renee of nofilmschool.com Camera movement is one of those aspects of filmmaking that, if done well, can make your film look like a million bucks. If you’re on a tight budget, however, you’re probably not going to be able to drop the necessary cash on pricey sliders, dollies, jibs, etc., but that […]Read more "Get Pro Quality Camera Moves with These Household DIY Dolly Hacks"
February 26, 2014 by DerekMellott A $30 camera slider? No way! You better believe it. Here is a way to build a simple. effective, and wildly inexpensive camera slider in about an hour. This slider is simple to build with basic tools and has a weight capacity of 11lbs! Lets get to it! Step […]Read more "$30 IKEA Camera Slider"