a photo captures a moment, but a video captures the experience
If you ever find that your photographs don’t quite tell the whole story of what you’re seeing and feeling in a particular location, consider adding the element of motion. Moving pictures were once the domain of dedicated video and cinema cameras, but today, all DSLR and mirrorless cameras are capable of capturing stunning videos. We’ll teach you the techniques and settings you need to know to use your existing camera to create video clips of landscape and wildlife subjects, and what tools you might invest in to make your camera more video-friendly.
WHAT YOU'LL LEARN
- How to record video using your D-SLR camera
- Adjusting video settings
- Using the Intervalometer
- Choosing what to shoot
- Frame Rate
- How to get a "cinematic" look vs. documentary
- Importance of shutter speed
- Using ND filters
- Video tripods vs. Photo tripods
Parking lot for Moore State Park: 1 Sawmill Rd, Paxton, MA
Standing and walking on paved and gravel paths with easy to moderate inclines. The more physically fit may opt to walk down into the river for more daring shots, but this is not required.