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Shoot safe, shoot dynamic
Nick Allen Miles Todays craze for shooting from a UAV or drone is not for the faint hearted. Unless used legally and in very limited situations, its a dangerous way of capturing dynamic shots. Wherever people are involved or height restrictions apply, there are more useful ways of filming safely that deliver a more interesting shot than anything taken from a tripod mounted camera.
Tags: iss104 | shoot | uav | drone | shots | jib | dolly | track | studio | mobile kit | Nick Allen Miles
Contributing Author Nick Allen Miles Click to read
DIY Camera dollies, flatbed vs T frame and is it worth it?
Alasdair Brenninkmeijer As filmmakers we are creatives and sometimes we see a simple product as a waste of money, saying "I could make that." Sure enough with enough time, maybe we could, but is it really worth it? Lets take a camera dolly for example. The challenge is to create something to smoothly move the camera from one point to another, sounds simple right?
Tags: iss102 | dolly | flatbed | t frame | diy | filmmaker | equipment | camera | Alasdair Brenninkmeijer
Contributing Author Alasdair Brenninkmeijer Click to read
Will Strauss gets a grip!
Will Strauss# Of all the many areas of television technology that tv-bay Magazine covers, you might think that camera support is the one that appears, on the surface at least, to move the slowest.
Tags: iss074 | will strauss | grip | camera | tripods | review | guide | buying | libec LX10 | Betz-tools universal shoulder support | vinten blue5 | spirit underwater dolly | dougmon | cartoni jibo | zip shooter | movietech scooter dolly | polecam starter pack | miller skyline 70 | lil mule | review | Will Strauss#
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Lightweight Dolly Systems Vs Heavy Duty Kin
N/A Film sets are fortunate to still employ and make full use of a grip and his kit.
Tags: grip | keywest | track | dolly | tracking | iss014 | N/A
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