Posts Tagged ‘Slow motion’
Slow motion footage looks beautiful when shot properly, but making any of these five common mistakes while shooting can completely ruin your final product.
Overcranking in camera will give you the option to achieve beautiful slow-motion work in post. But if you don’t follow the right formula in the editing room, your results will be less than ideal.
Shooting slow motion is easier than ever, thanks to advances in camera tech. Here are some things to consider before starting your next slow-mo project.
While FCPX has been criticized over the years for being overly simplified, the software actually has some incredibly useful and powerful tools under the hood that are often overlooked.
You don’t have to have a six pack to get the time remapped 300 effect. Learn how to use time remapping in this helpful FCPX video tutorial.
Learn how to create slow motion rain in this exclusive Cinema 4D video tutorial.
Learn the in’s-and-out’s of shooting high-speed photography with this extensive masterclass.
We take a look at 5 of the latest high speed capable cameras – and share a quick video tutorial on working with high speed effects in post production.
The Interpret Footage feature in After Effects is handy looping your clips and modifying the frame rate. In this useful After Effects tutorial we’ll show you how to do both.
This video editing de-flicker trick is ideal for removing unsightly light flicker from your shots. Simply layer your shots and offset – it’s easy, fast and drastically improve the look of your slow motion and high shutter shots.
There’s a right and wrong way to do slow motion in post-production. In this article, we show you how to create beautiful slow motion using 60p video in Adobe Premiere Pro.
Learn about the benefits of optical flow slow motion in Final Cut Pro X! In these tutorials you’ll see how to give your video footage super smooth slow motion.