Tuesday morning I was up really early so I decided to go out with my Glidetrack and my 7D and get some footage of some scenery. I spent most of my time in Hyde Park just filming anything really. It was snowy, cold morning which meant I didn't have the steadiest of hands as you could probably tell from the inconstant pushing on the Glidetrack and a few shakes here and there. I wish I had gone and borrowed a tripod which was strong enough to hold the Glidetrack with the camera on, it would have meant I could have got different variations on shots such as panning vertically up or on the diagonal. My tripod is only really meant for stills which means it moves as the camera gets to the end of the track.
Feedback with be great, anything from grading to advice on the Glidetrack
Sigma 10-20mm f4 - 5.6
Final Cut Pro 7
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