I didn’t think much about this shot when I snapped it, however, when I viewed it I immediately thought: the jacket, the lightly wind blown hair screamed old school black and white..
What do you think? Do you get the old 60’s feel from this? Or, you think you would have preferred color? I’d love to hear about it...Malibu Pier.
Calico usia 2 bulan.. Wa aja ya lok bandung selatan
T I P 25 // Pushing or passing through objects to exaggerate camera movement.
This tip right here is a fundamental part of filmmaking in my opinion. You may not notice it in your favorite movies or videos but this tactic is being used a ton. Having some sort of foreground in your shot can make your video more compelling and help exaggerate the camera movement. It’s so much better than just being on a gimbal and moving your camera around aimlessly.
I also used a @djiglobal osmo pocket with @polarpro nd filters to capture these shots (4K/30fps). I was honestly pretty impressed at how clean the footage looked. Using the pocket was a good reminder that it’s not always about the gear. Having nice gear does make your videos look more professional BUT it does not help you become a better videographer. Having the knowledge and creativity is what makes a great videographer 💯
I’ve been uploading kind of late but it’s because I’m out of town and the connection is kind of bad here. I’ve also just been enjoying the morning/afternoons. If you have any questions or comments, drop them down below!