My 2 best friends got married this weekend and this is our Harlem Shake video!! Check it out and feel free to send it to your friends!!
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This teenager is actually pretty good at doing the LiL Wayne voice!
Hey guys! So I decided to do a test to see if a monopod which retails for around $15 in conjunction with an Image Stabilized lens would be just as steady as a Glidecam HD-4000 which retails for around $500. I went out to Tree Tops Park to run some test footage with the monopod. I did both walking and running shots and what I found was that the monopod is okay for walking shots (still not perfect) and running was way too shaky. If your going for the handheld look for running it would be great (ex: Action sequence). The monopod worked well on smooth ground for walking shots. If you’re on a budget and can’t afford the $500 Glidecam HD-4000, the monopod can work with walking shots you just gotta walk very slow and watch where you’re walking. Check out the test footage that I shot below and leave your comments on what you think!
Here is a sneak preview to a video I have been working on for a long time now! “Miami In Motion” is a video I have been working on that consists of time lapses from all around Miami. I have a few more time lapses to shoot and then I will be editing this video! I’m excited for this project and I can’t wait to release it! Stay tuned!!
This video is amazing! This white girl raps LiL Wayne’s “Look At Me Now” song! She doesn’t miss a single word or a single beat! She is 100% on point the whole time! Check it out and comment on what you think!
I have always admired time lapse videos! I think it is one of the coolest effects you can do and I really love watching them. I wanna start doing my own time lapse videos so I looked at random videos on youtube to kinda get an idea of what to do and I came across the video above! That video is incredible. It is very well put together with the editing and music! I plan on doing a lot of my own time lapse videos soon. I’m going to Vegas next month and I will definitely be doing one while I’m there as well as other photos! The way I used to do time lapse videos never looked right. I used to lock down my Panasonic DVX 100B video camera on a tripod, press record and let it run for a while and then take it into Final Cut and speed it up. That way kinda works but it definitely doesn’t work if you’re trying to do a sunrise/sunset or an extended period of time! With a DSLR it’s so much easier and it actually works! I’ll post up my own time lapse videos when they’re created!