Here’s a helpful blog post from our video producer James on how-to shoot motion (let’s be honest – we could all use a reminder).
Video is great because it captures the motion of the world around us. However, when shooting, you don’t necessarily need to follow the motion to capture it best. In a lot of scenarios, keeping the camera still is the best way to record what is going on. Before pressing record, think about the subject matter and how it is moving. Understanding your scene can help you plan your shots ahead of time, making you more efficient on scene.
When shooting a scene or an event, think about how it is moving within your frame. If there is a lot of different motion, like people walking in a crowd, set your camera up to capture everyone moving instead of following a single person. If there are less people try to capture where they are moving by having them move across the frame.
Using wide or medium shots is the best for…
View original post 172 more words