Posts Tagged ‘steadicam’
Fluid cinematic movement has been a staple of filmmaking since the 1975. Let’s explore the Steadicam shot and learn how to use it properly.
Dynamic tracking shots can add excitement and tension to your video and film productions. Let’s take a look at a few ways to make them.
Camera stabilizers can certainly put a dent in your budget. Here are some things to consider before making this big purchase.
A film production’s camera crew is responsible for setting up and using the camera. Here are the responsibilities of each crew member.
Nail your shot without an expensive gimbal! Check out these three easy camera stabilization tips that won’t bust your budget.
When Freefly Cinema announced the Movi just a year and a half ago, filmmakers everywhere rejoiced…but is it more of a speciality item?
Steadicams offer a wide variety of feature and pricing options. So, which one is right for you?
It’s easier than ever to make a low-budget film with high production value, yet so many filmmakers still create films that look unpolished. Here are 5 tips that are often overlooked on smaller-scale films.
In the 1970′s, cinematographer Garrett Brown was tired of the bulky dolly equipment needed to get a smooth, moving shot. Out of this frustration, came an invention that would revolutionize the cinema industry – the Steadicam.
Learn about filmmaking in these great masterclasses from Hollywood heavyweight Paul Thomas Anderson.
A Steadicam can make your film or video footage exponentially smoother, but they’re often complicated to setup and operate. We share some background on Steadicams, a tutorial on setting one up and how to create your own DIY version.
In this entertaining video tutorial you’ll get a rundown on the different types of video camera support systems – sliders, jibs and steadicam – and how they can improve your shots.