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Recording Digital Video

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Tips for recording digital video

Tips for recording digital video

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  • 1. di ng R ecor Digital Video Filming Techniques
  • 2. Common Recording Mistakes • Too much motion • Unsteady shots • Shots too distant • Subject not framed well • Boring shots
  • 3. Recording Too much motion Zooming or panning too fast or often will make the viewer’s eyes hurt. -Hold the shot prior to pan/zoom -Move slowly, gradually over 15 seconds -Hold new shot for 15 seconds
  • 4. Recording Use the Close Up Taking all shots from a distant makes the viewer feel uninvolved.
  • 5. Recording Frame Your Shots Avoid shooting when a pole in background looks like part of the foreground. Pick a well-lit spot, but the light should not be behind the subject. Clear the surrounding clutter so the background is not distracting.
  • 6. Recording Think Before You Shoot Only shoot the essential shots, it will save you download and editing time later.
  • 7. Recording Composition Don’t allow too much room above a person’s head. Also be sure to provide more room in the direction the person is facing. The picture above illustrates the lack of space.
  • 8. Recording Make shots interesting Include people in your shots, they add interest.