Creating movement


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Creating movement

You can shoot movement of your subject based on having the camera still. That's a good way to start looking at movement, because once you start moving the camera, you can introduce very confusing movement for the viewer. But moving the camera is an important part of video, so I'll be talking about that in this movie. Most photographers are familiar with panning a camera across the scene to follow a moving subject. You take a shot with a slow shutter speed as you move the camera to blur the background and your subject is relatively sharp.

That can be an effective photograph. Panning, moving that camera, is also important for video. Now you are actually recording the movement of the panning of your camera. Panning can be used to follow a subject moving through the scene or it can be used to pan across a larger scene to show that scene without having to back up and just do very wide shot. Because you are recording the actual movement of your camera as you pan, it's very important t...

Creating movement
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Creating movement provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Rob Sheppard as part of the Video for Photographers: Shooting with a DSLR

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