Join Rob Sheppard for an in-depth discussion in this video Choosing a video frame rate, part of Video for Photographers: Shooting with a DSLR.
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Frame rate is another technical area that is important to know about but you do…not have to go out and constantly change the setting on your camera.…This is worth understanding the differences, so you can make the choice when…you want or need to.…I mentioned that video is typically shot at 30 frames per second.…That's the traditional way that video is shot.…A lot of video is actually shot at 29.97 frames per second, which is nearly 30…frames per second, but it's based on an old standard that continues today for the…way that video is timed for broadcast.…
Your camera may also give you different options for the frame rate such as 60…frames per second or 24 frames per second.…In some parts of the world, you may also see 50 frames per second or 25 frames per second.…If you want to keep things simple, shoot at 30 frames a second and your…video will be fine.…And if your camera will only give you a certain frame rate, you'll also be…fine shooting that.…If you have options on your camera, you can experiment to see what those…
- Understanding video resolution and frame rates
- Comparing DSLRs and camcorders
- Choosing equipment, from tripods to memory cards to lights
- Achieving the right exposure
- Working with shutter speed limitations
- Setting white balance
- Recording better audio with an external microphone
- Incorporating movement and storytelling into video
- Preparing for video editing
Skill Level Beginner
1. Differences Between Photography and Video
Choosing a video frame rate3m 17s
2. Gearing Up
3. Hands-On Shooting: Switching to Video
4. Sound Issues
5. Hands-On Shooting: Refining Your Video Techniques
6. Preparing for the Edit
Preparing for the edit7m 13s
Stay focused1m 47s
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