15 of the top tips and tricks for being in front of the camera. Plus, my head floats in mid air, I say "shit", break glass, look down my nose, ramble on (on purpose), talk about boogers, and so much more!
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Canon DSLR and 50mm lens. Rode lapel mic and Zoom H1 recorder. Edited in Premier Pro CC.
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In this video tutorial we dig a bit deeper into the topic of incadescent lighting for video production. You'll learn about a few types of incadescent lighting instruments and see some simple on-set lighting setups.
In this tutorial I show you how I go about filming an action scene. How I plan out the action then how I shoot it and even how the rough unedited takes look. I shot it using the Canon 7D and 5D Mark 2 and GoPro Hero 3 Black Edition camera, along with the Red Epic camera.
My name's Tom Antos and I make videos. I am a film director and cinematographer with over 12 years experience in VFX & animation. Jak sie masz?! I'm originally from Poland ;) Check out my channel here: youtube.com/user/polcan99
There's a time and place for each.... but to really get the most out of a shot, primes are the way to go. Transitioning from zooms to primes can be tricky, but we challenge you to leave the zoom at home.