Uploaded by Marian Zielinski on December 21, 2012 at 12:38 pm
A video packed with great tips for DSLR movie making using a PENTAX K-5.
I remember last time i putted my cam in an interesting place
how did you do the motion graphics at the beginning of the video? is this all from AE? or a blend of Photoshop design and importing into AE and keyframing things?
the quality of this video is good!!!
Hey there, are you familiar with “Photo SFXart Tricks” (do a Google search for it)? On their website you will find a good free video explaining the right way to take better photographs. This made it easier for Joe to shoot photographs which leave you with a wow-effect any time you take a look at them. It might help you too.
tip #2, when its cloudy out, set your white balance to cloudy, not daylight.
why is some of the vidoe in 2:1 aspect raio if u where recoring in 1080p
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Stupid video, learn how to film skateboarding before you make a video acting like you know what your talking about. id rather adjust my kelvin by myself instead of presets, you should’ve been using between 4200-4600. also try not to cut off so many heads, definitely don’t have anyone in front of your shot, and never do that up angle with the sandbag, EVER.
I found some good tips in this video, thank you.
dslr is the fu>>devil my dream was to buy a super doper videocamera and the i realize that the dslr is better … i want to kill someone
that adjusts the sharpness of the image though…
A higher shutter speed will reduce motion blur 🙂
No, not the sharpness 🙂 Shoot with a higher shutter speed to reduce motion blur
turn up the sharpness?
2:03 Bo Burnham?
Hey, do you know “PhotoSFXart” (do a Google search for it)? There you will find a nice free video explaining the best way to create amazing photos. This made it easier for Matt to create photographs which leave you with a jaw-dropping-effect after you look at them. It might help you as well.
OMG. HOW IS THIS NOT EVEN HD BUT LOOKS HD AND LOOKS SO GOOD? Doesn’t make any sense…
NICE! keep posting stuff up brother. we need it.
want at least 720p
“Shooting in 1080p” *but rather than wait for a large video to upload I said fuck it and compressed the shit out of it*
5 0 on a 600 bucks lens…thats rocks^^
Actually sk8gurra is right – you’d never get anything published in a respectable skateboard magazine if you took photos / filmed like this. If you’re really interested in how the pros work search you tube for ‘Composition – Skateboarding Photographer Michael Burnett’.
Hi there, have you tried “MagicSFXphoto” (just google it)? There you can watch a smart free video showing how you can make outstanding photos. This made it easier for Daniel to shoot photographs that leave you with that jaw-dropping-effect any time you look at them. Hopefully it helps you also.
only an immature skateboarder douchebag could make a comment like that. His filming is way better than your lame-ass ollies, have you thought about that ?
how do you get that choppy look. i thought only full frame dslr’s do that. help
Looked great, no problem with 360p on the web.
Thanks! This video was awesome.
His technique seemed fine to me. The video not being in 1080 is the only mistake I noticed really. Care to explain?
it haz awesome quality anyway
I have two question:
Which canon lens is better for the video for my 600d (T3i):
1CLASSE ONE.The lens 17 55 or 24 105 mm, which is the first place to make music video, top quality?
2.CLASS TWEE Lens 18 200 mm or 18 135 which one it will be better for the video, the higher quality?
TIP 1: Don’t use skateboarding as an example when you have no idea how to film it properly.
tip number one, don’t upload in 360p
What Slider do you have in this video?
high shutter speed
after finishing this video I can say that this guy probably does the type of filming for skating that is mostly seen by people who don’t skate
he cut off the first trick at 0:20 haha
Have test runs ?
crappy video good tips!
the song is really good. who is it?
@pentaxtuk nice video!
A tip for you. When you use DSLR cameras for video outside or in a bright room, you have to cover the viewfinder.
why people want to make videos or tutorials about something they learned on youtube video.
You filmed this in 1080p 24fps right? If so, how did you got thoses smooth footages without blurr?
Very interesting video, thank you for sharing with us
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I like how they lens doesn’t make everything to distorted.
As he had the wide angle lens on im sure focus wasn’t an issue
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