This video is all about how to help stabilize your phone content with the help of rigs and gimbal devices.
- In this movie, we're going to talk about … keeping your camera steady. … So I want to start this off by saying … there's a lot of built-in stabilization … in some of the Android phones. … However, it's only so good. … I mean, if you start running around in a park, … you're going to get a lot of micro jitters, … and it's not going to give the phone a lot of justice. … So number one, a lot of the things … that we did during this class is, … in some cases, I use this little JOBY tripod thing … that can really grip around different places here … in the class to get some really awesome shots … of people working out. … When I was going handheld, I actually used the iOgrapher. … This is a fantastic, fantastic rig, … and they actually make one for multiple Android devices. … So no matter what it's size, … it pretty much works with all of those cameras. … On top of that, if you're looking at this, … you can fit in a sound device, … you can fit in some of your lights. … In previous models, they actually even had lenses. …
- Telling your story
- Planning your shots
- Affordable lighting solutions
- Adjusting brightness and focus
- Staying organized and backing up your files
- Getting better audio
- Uploading your videos to social media
- Using Sun Surveyor
Skill Level Beginner
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1. Video Production Basics
2. Shooting Video
3. Post-Production and Additional Apps and Gear
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