FocUse for video DSLR Filmmaking


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Focusing for video

Chad Perkins: Focusing on a subject, especially when you're using a DSLR with a large sensor size and often has a shallow depth field, is extremely important regardless of what you're shooting. Brian Liepe: To get focus on your DSLR, in movie mode move the white focus rectangle to the area in the image you want to be in focus. Press the magnify button once for 5 times magnification or twice for 10 times the magnification. Spin the focus ring until you've achieved focus. Press the magnify button once more and it will toggle back out to your original frame.

Chad Perkins: Most still photographers just can't live without auto-focus, but as videographers using our DSLRs, we don't have that luxury. We have to pull focus with the focus ring on the lens. But because of that, we could actually use old school SLR lenses, like this one here this old Nikon lens that I have, and you can often find really high-quality lenses for cheap, because you don't need them to...

Focusing for video
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Focusing for video provides you with in-depth training on Video. Taught by Chad Perkins as part of the Up and Running with DSLR Filmmaking

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Video
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Premiere Pro
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