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Stabilizing the camera

Stabilizing the camera: Creating Cinemagraphs and Plotagraphs
Stabilizing the camera: Creating Cinemagraphs and Plotagraphs

As a shooter, you might be used to hand-holding your shots. When you shoot a cinemagraph, the camera needs to be as stable as possible, so the camera needs to be locked down. This way, you minimize subtle camera movements. In this video, author Richard Harrington discusses why you need to stabilize your camera when shooting a cinemagraph.

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