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- · think about your shot
- · spot your hero
- · frame your shot
- · press record
- · hold about 8-10 seconds
- · end the shot
- · move to the next one
- · rinse and repeat
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Too often a director jiggles the camera because he is bored, or she can’t decide what should be the focus, or he is too lazy to bring a tripod. All of these excuses get in the way of telling your story.
Use a tripod and your stories will immediately look more professional.
Some folks think using a sequence of well composed shots is “old school”. Too static. I’ve worked with a lot of directors who feel moving the camera makes a shot more dynamic. That it adds energy. I really believe randomly moving the camera is too often a smokescreen for a flimsy story, poorly blocked action or lack of planning.
I am not saying there is no place for hand-held vvérité camerawork. When it is well executed, when it is motivated, when it is thought through it can be some of the most compelling moments in a video. But if you are going to do it, then practice before you press record. Don’t just wing it. Do it well. In the meantime, use a tripod and shoot a sequences of shots that better tell your story.
If you can develop the discipline to work with a “frame, shoot, stop and move” cadence you will come away with a sequence of shots that dramatically improves the “watchability” of your video.
This article is part of a three week series of quick tips on getting better at video. For more ideas and insights on how to tell great stories check out “Get Better at Video – Right Now” on StoryGuide.
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