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Lab Video Tips Things to watch out for Firehosing Snapshooting Headhunting Backlighting Motorzooming Upstanding Jogging Firehosing Move the camera to follow action but not to change subjects Move the camera only once per shot

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Things to watch out for

  • Firehosing

  • Snapshooting

  • Headhunting

  • Backlighting

  • Motorzooming

  • Upstanding

  • Jogging


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Firehosing

  • Move the camera to follow action but not to change subjects

  • Move the camera only once per shot

  • Hold starting shot for several seconds, move, then hold ending shot


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Snapshooting

  • Roll camera at least 5 seconds before the start of action and at least 5 seconds after it ends

  • Record at least 5 seconds of action

  • Continue to record at least 5 seconds after the action ends


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Headhunting

  • Use rule of thirds and place subject on lines of imaginary tick-tack-toe board

  • If the subject is looking or moving left put it on the right side of the screen to allow the audience to see what is in front of it


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Backlighting

  • Avoid placing your subject on a bright background or they will be a dark silhouette

  • To counter this you may change the angle on the subject, zoom in on the subject, or adjust the exposure setting


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Motorzooming

  • Do not zoom more that once per shot

  • Only zoom if you intend to emphasize what you are zooming toward

  • If you only intend to change the apparent size of the subject use a snap zoom or edit the zoom out


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Upstanding

  • Shooting every shot from eye level can become monotonous

  • Pick the angle that works best for the subject

  • Get shots from the point of view of the subject


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Jogging

  • Use a tripod or monopod when possible

  • Use the image stabilization feature if your camera has one

  • Following a moving subject will help cover any shaking caused by moving a camera

  • Use keep elbows and knees bent while walking


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Referances

  • The Three C’s of Shooting to Edit; Jim Stinson

    Videomaker, November 2002

  • Camera sinners, Repent; Jim Stinson

    Videomaker, September 2002


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