How to shoot better videos - a series by freeeye.tv

  1. Der Film ist im Rahmen eines Praktikums entstanden. Patricia Fey testet den Konova-Minidolly und lässt ihn im Film selbst zu Wort kommen. Die Bilder vom Dolly hat sie dabei mit der Canon 5D Mark II gedreht.

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  2. Das Porträt über den Hamburger Gemüsehändler Hassan Benli entstand im Rahmen der Arbeit an der fotomagazin-Beilage Juni 2013 "Filmen mit der DSLR - 11 Regeln für das perfekte Video".
    In der Ausgabe erklärt Matthias Sdun ausführlich, worauf man bei Vorbereitung, Dreh und Schnitt achten sollte, um am Ende ein technisch gutes Video und eine runde Geschichte präsentieren zu können.

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  3. Shot with iPhone 4 and the Xpro filter inside the great 8mm App.

    Music: VHS by Jahzzar (betterwithmusic.com)

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  4. In diesem Video geht es um das Filmen mit der Canon 7d. Film Look erzeugen mit alten Objektiven. In diesem Beispiel mit einer Festbrennweite von Nikkor 50mm und einer Blende von 1.4. Die Linse hat eine sehr geringe Tiefenschärfe, wodurch man einen stark cineastischen Look erzeugen kann. Wichtig: Ihr braucht einen Adapter, um das Objektiv auf eine Canon schrauben zu können. Ich habe in diesem Fall einen Novoflex Adapter verwendet.

    Music: Slow Driver by Psychic Powers (freemusicarchive.org/music/Psychic_Powers/Bonus_Beat_Blast_2011/53_psychic_powers-slow_driver)

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  5. Trying out the Tilt Shift Effect with Canon 5d MarkII and a Canon 2.8/24-70mm Zoom lens. Our intern Kim went down to the riverside and brought back some nice material of Hamburg Hafencity and Dockland.

    Here are the basics adjustments you need to create this effect:

    1. Use a tripod.
    2. Film from a higher point of view that the camera films the object from above.
    3. Shoot at least 3 minutes that you can speed up the footage later.
    4. Shoot a wide angle establishing shot. Humans should appear as a small detail in the scenery.

    5. Editing: Speed it up: at least 500% or even more. Try different speed settings.
    6. Saturate the picture that it gets kind of cheesy.
    7. Copy the edited clip an put the above the original clip into a second video track.
    8. Create an elliptic mask on the clip in video track 2, invert the mask and soften its borders.
    9. Put a gaussian blur on the clip in video track 2.
    10. Render and export!
    11. Enjoy your first tilt shift video.

    Music:
    fri.event Orchestra
    Soleil dans les Flagues
    CC BY-SA 3.0

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How to shoot better videos - a series by freeeye.tv

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The best camera is always the one you are carrying with you in that one special moment. No matter what you got - a smartphone, a fancy dslr like the Canon 5d Mark II or even Mark III - or an Alexa. Get the most out of your camera by following some basic


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The best camera is always the one you are carrying with you in that one special moment. No matter what you got - a smartphone, a fancy dslr like the Canon 5d Mark II or even Mark III - or an Alexa. Get the most out of your camera by following some basic rules of filmmaking and storytelling. In this channel we will provide information on how to shot better video - no matter what camera you have.

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