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Chapter 2. Making the Best Video Possibl... > About Reducing Motion and Relying on...

5. About Reducing Motion and Relying on Your Subjects


If you know nothing else before you begin your foray into video filmmaking, know that moving your camera too much is bad. Except in rare cases where you want to add variety, let your camera record the action from a distance far enough away to allow your audience to see what takes place—without the camera moving with the action. In other words, let your subjects move and keep your camera still.


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