I shoot professionally and I just picked up a Redrock Micro shoulder rig. I mounted my Canon 1DX on it and just let the dogs do their stuff. I got more pictures on my page. Pictures by Adam Brennan | Picture by Adam Brennanhaha that is the most dramatic clip i have seen, how did you produce it?? as in what camera, editor etc, so high def/slow mo and the filters looked great - i would like to be able to do that but i think i will need more than a $50 camera and windows moviemaker.
I like Vimeo because you can upload HD video and caters more to the creative community. I do pay a yearly fee I think of $60 but it's worth it. The little video of the dogs were just a last minute thing and footage. I need more practice on the new rig to get better. Where's your videos?ahh, a pro, very nice work on yr site. i think i do a decent enough job with my resources. feel free to critique any of my vids, would love to get some pro tips or advice.
can i ask, why vimeo and not YT???
Just remember your camera is just the paintbrush to what picture or movie you want to shoot. Having quality equipment will only take you so far and the rest is making the link between your subject and audience. Music will add depth to your movie, but depending on your music it can also ruin what the message you want to give. If you are serious about making videos, think about the message you are giving and how you are composing the shots. The movie might make sense to you but it may not make sense to the audience. So just keep that in mind. It's kind of like the DJ that plays music that they think is cool but the people at the dance don't like it and they don't dance. No connection...this vid i started playing with music editing and transitions to get some dramatic effect all el-cheapo camera and windows moviemaker the rest on my channel which are pretty much point and shoot, i thought i was telling a story on below vid but noone ever got it or even viewed it, kind of an ode to my girl mixing stills and vid;
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