Join Richard Harrington for an in-depth discussion in this video Reducing camera vibration, part of Shooting with the GoPro HERO: Car and Motorcycle Mounts.
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…Now, as you can see, this camera position once again with, with this…particular mount, and driving down the road over bumps or who knows what else.…Is going to be a lot of shake, and some shake can add some…energy to the scene, but some other times it can be kind of unflattering.…And cause some rolling shutter effects in the CMOS sensors of the GoPros, now we…talked about sticking some clay and some…padding inside the skeleton housings to help with…that, but another really good way to minimize that is to grab the camera from…another place to just make it a little more stable from a grip point of view.…With these cages again you've got so many great mounting points, you…know, we can start with something we can grab on to that…will hold the camera in place and there's all kinds of little…tools, these red rocks Billy and Betty clamps, can go into these holes.…
'Kay, so I'm just going to add something to grab onto the cage,…from the grippages that I'm going to build from another suction cup arm.…And these are, these little micro grip pieces,…
In this course, Richard Harrington and Jim Ball detail the tools and techniques for shooting mobile video with a vehicle-mounted GoPro. They'll explore the mounting and housing options and compare mounting locations: both inside and outside a car, on various spots on a motorcycle—or even directly on the rider. Plus, learn how to set up your GoPro settings to best capture video and still photography on the go.
- Packing for a GoPro shoot
- Following proper safety precautions
- Choosing a frame size and rate
- Shooting time lapse
- Attaching a GoPro to a motorcycle, car, or driver
- Getting multiple, unique angles
- Reducing camera shake