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The Video DOs

Use a tripod.
It is recommend using the tripod with the "fluid head" to get a smoothest motion.

A D V E R T I S E M E N T
the camera should be as stable as it is possible so only an information that we want to have in the motion will actually be moving. Not only that this will improve the quality of the original footage, but also will minimize a final size of the file. When prepping the footage for Web, compress the file to decrease the download time. And, since moving images do take more room, get the fatter file than it is necessary when there is too much for extraneous motion.

Use the tight close-ups whenever possible.
Remember that video on a Web is viewed in the small box. So four people who are sitting in the room look like a tiny, moving insects. Unless that is what we are going for, a close-up of the face reveals much more information.

Use the quality materials.
There is the difference: use good cables, a brand-name tape, and the decent auxiliary microphone and the headphones.

Pay close attention to the backgrounds.
Pick the backgrounds which are not too busy or similar to the subject. This is important especially with the footage meant for a Web.

Frame the shots intelligently.
It is always good to leave little bit of the space, or a "breathing room," around the subject. But be careful! an Amateurs tend to error on the side of too much space left, and their subject do ends up with the shrunken head floating in the sea of a background.


The Video DON'Ts

Do not move the camera fast.
Move the camera very slowly. By the time our footage makes its way to Web, our fast camera movements, the "artistic effects," and zooms are the technicolor yawn.

Do not fall into an bad habit of the jump cuts.
Say you shoot the footage of a Kristin sitting on her desk, talking about all her adventures in her the big ol' truck. Splice together a gems (editing all her "noise"), and we are left with the clip of Kristin "jumping" around in front of the stationary background. This may also happen if we stop and then re-start the camera lot. To avoid the jump cuts like this, which make us look like an amateur, storyboard (sketch each shot in of the sequence) ahead of the time, re-shoot an entire scene, or the layer our "keeper" shots with the footage that articulates what a Kristin is talking about. (Some video of Kristin for four-wheeling the truck through an Humboldt County would do nicely.)

Do not forget to disable timecode in the camera.
Once a timecode is burned into the footage, we have to live with it Or spend the delightful 112 hours of pixel-editing it away in the Photoshop.

Do not shoot the backgrounds exceedingly dark or light.
An average camera's light meter will over-compensates for extreme backgrounds, and do tends to unnecessarily darken or lighten the subject.

Do not use a dense, layered files.
As said before - think it simple. Say we are creating the presentation with a voice-over, the musical soundtrack, and some of the landscape shots. Try to pick the representative stills of a landscape so that we don't have to pan camera continuously. While selecting the music, try to pick the song or the sound that has minimum of the waveform variation. Stay simple and will end up with the mighty clean final product.

Do not forget to leave some time at beginning and at the end of each shot.
When it do comes to the footage, it is better to have too much of lead time than too little. It is a super drag when we cannot use the clip because we turned on the camera ten seconds late. Couch the footage in at least 15 seconds of the black at a beginning, and the 30 seconds at the end. This will make the time in the editing room very easier.



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