DIY CheesyCam BodyPod $15 The Above video shows some information about how I modified a cheap Targus Monopod into a very lightweight portable DIY Camera Stabilizer for my 5D Mark II and 7D to shoot video. I used this Targus Monopod which is cheap but works well. This obviously will work for any DSLR and if you want to modify the head into one that flips into Portrait mode, i’m sure it would be a great traveling BodyPod for Photographers too. Remember, this DIY is to ‘enhance’ practicality of Monopod use while still maintaining full functionality. This is not a ‘flying’ stabilzer. Here’s the Problem::: Monopods are great and much lighter to travel with than a Tripod. My Solution::: So after a bit of thought and a problem I ran into while shooting video in a Vegas Night Club, I came up with the idea of Cutting a Monopod in half and using a Sling as the support foundation. Straps have long been a great way of support in Shooting Photos, Videos, or even in Rifles.
How to Tape a High School Play (Well) - All Hey all- All through my years in High School, I was really involved with the drama program, specifically with crew. Started in construction, moved to running, then to lighting, and now that I've graduated, I was pulled back to help out with lighting and multimedia, since I was really the main guy for all of that when I was there (although I learned it all from a German wizard...).This year, the Fall Play production was The Crucible, by Arthur Miller, and since I am a film student, I was also tasked with taping the show for DVD. We've had professional companies come in and tape shows before, but usually just the Spring Musical, since that pulls in more moolah.Anyway, Here is the setup I used, and I submit this for your consideration, in the hopes that you may glean some useful information from it.
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Jimmy Ruska's Video Tutorials (JimmyRcom Tutorials) Shooting Low Budget Multi-Cam Videos for Live Shows and Music Videos The iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch video capabilities have improved enormously over the last few years—to the point where video quality is more than adequate for shooting music videos or live shows. I’m going to go over several different options and methods for doing so, and introduce you to a few amazing bits and bobs that will make your production both easy and high quality. Whether your shooting a live show or a music video, nearly all the same principles will apply—the differences will mostly be related to the fact that you have to capture the audio when shooting live shows, as music videos will typically use pre-recorded audio and you’ll be cutting your footage to the audio. The Challenges You’ve probably tried shooting music videos or live shows, and one of the biggest challenges was rounding up enough camera operators or, even if you were placing cameras for static shots, having to start the video recording at the right time and then syncing it all up in a video editing app later.
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