by Emilio Takas In this Final Cut Pro X Tutorial, I show you how can you create one of my favorite techniques, the Dolly Zoom or Vertigo Effect. You can use this effect in your drone or gimbal shots and will drastically improve your footage. Let us know how you like this tutorial in the […]Read more "Tutorial: Dolly Zoom (Vertigo) Effect in Final Cut Pro X"
by MotionVFX Animate videos or photos and give them a captivating movement Every editor knows the classic vertigo effect used in various box-office hits throughout the decades. It’s an in-camera effect that is not easy to achieve. But now you can create it in seconds directly inside FCPX! mVertigo is a powerful tool you can […]Read more "Free mVertigo FCPX Plugin – Dolly Zoom Effects"
by TK tv Stretch the background of your image with this super simple tutorial!Read more "Vertigo Stretch \ Dolly Zoom Background Stretch Premiere Tutorial"
By Lewis McGregor, Premiumbeat The Dolly Zoom is one of cinematography’s most striking shots. Here’s how you can recreate it in post. A dolly zoom is a cinematic technique in which the camera moves closer or further from the subject while simultaneously adjusting the zoom angle to keep the subject the same size in the frame. The […]Read more "How to Create a Dolly Zoom With Just a Prime Lens and AE"
January 28, 2014 by Robert Hardy, nofilmschool The dolly zoom, also referred to as the Vertigo effect or a Zolly shot, is a technique wherein the camera is dollied either forward or backward while the zoom on the lens is pulled in the opposite direction. When timed correctly, the effect of this technique is […]Read more "Everything You Need to Know About the Dolly Zoom"
October 17, 2012 by Steve Everson, VideoMaker As film, video and content creators, we are constantly looking for ways… *Ahem*, CHEAP WAYS to increase the production value of our projects. One of the most tried and true ways is to use some unconventional camera tricks to add some panache to your next shoot. Now, this […]Read more "Five Unconventional Camera Tricks…"