Chad Perkins: Few things in life are more beautiful than a nice slow motion shot. …Slow motion really just helps accentuate an action, calling attention to it and demanding …an audience's focus. …Most DSLRs have the capability of shooting slow motion, depending on the frame rate you are using, …so assuming that your project is a 24 frames per second project, even shooting 30 frames …per second creates a 25% slower product. …Many DSLRs go up to 60 frames per second which creates at least a 50% slower video if your …project is either 24 or 30 frames per second.…
Remember that if you change your frame rate to 60 frames per second you also need to increase …the speed of your shutter to 1/125th of a second which will probably lower your exposure, so plan for that. …Beware also that in order crank up the frame rate to 60 frames per second, many of these DSLRs …force you to lower the resolution. …This will create a mismatch between the other footage that you've shot. …So you will then have to either scale up the slow motion footage to match everything else, which …
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- Understanding aperture, shutter speed, and ISO
- Using lenses as a tool in storytelling
- Establishing focus for video
- Achieving a shallow depth of field
- Using equipment like clapperboards and matte boxes
- Editing and color correcting footage
- Using cinematography techniques to get beautiful shots
- Avoiding rolling shutter and moiré
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Photography Basics
2. DSLR Basics
3. Understanding Lenses
4. In Production
6. Common DSLR Pitfalls
7. Important Gear
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