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Steve Radley Shares Drone Videography and Camera Settings Tips

Steve Radley Shares Drone Videography and Camera Settings Tips

Producer / DP / Editor specializing in corporate brand films, cinematic marketing videos, commercials, and drone cinematography. FAA Part 107 Certified Drone Pilot with over 20 years shooting and editing for a variety of clients, including: MotoAmerica, Kennedy Space Center, ESPN, Disney’s Yellow Shoes Creative Group, Hilton Grand Vacations and …

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Important Keys to Successful Handheld Camerawork

Important Keys to Successful Handheld Camerawork

Photo by Jose Pedro Ortiz @YouTube channel Follow Instagram @josepedro_21   Written by Michael Rabiger How you shoot handheld footage—whether documentary or fiction—can either mesmerize or irritate your audience. For great handheld work, see an episode of Carrier (2008) or any Maysles Brothers film. For work that misses the mark, …

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7 Expert Camerawork Tips for Filmmakers

7 Expert Camerawork Tips for Filmmakers

Camera tips and tricks, and inspiration, from master cinematographers Daryn Okada, ASC and Patrick Cady, ASC, and more… Pictured above: United Boxing Club, Bloor Street West, Toronto, ON, Canadá. Boxing Commercial “Making of”. Photo by Marcos Paulo Prado. Follow @tio.mp 7 Expert Camerawork Tips for Filmmakers   “The first thing …

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7 PRO Camerawork Tips for Students

7 PRO Camerawork Tips for Students

Camera tips from M. David Mullen, ASC, Paul Wheeler, BSC, Peter Levy, ASC, Paige Thomas, SOC, Gustavo Mercado, David E. Elkins, SOC, and Patrick Cady, ASC… Picture above: production still by @frankiefilms_xu, Boston-based cinematographer and filmmaker. 7 PRO Camerawork Tips for Students   Tip #1 “Just remember that like any …

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