Many still shooters want to take their first steps into video, but are intimidated by the large crew sizes and the truckloads of gear it seems to take to do it right. But it doesn’t have to be that way. Using compact gear and some basic, easy-to-learn video shooting techniques, you can put out quality videos with a one-or two-person crew.
Learn the secrets of doing more with less, including compact solutions for audio, simple storytelling techniques using the Five Angles and the Five Shots, how to put out video and stills at the same time in sports and wildlife scenarios, and some tips for compact accessories for run and gun shooters.
Sony Artisan Bob Krist has made a science of going smaller and lighter with video gear in travels all over the world while producing client work for National Geographic, Four Seasons Hotels, Pennysylvania Tourism, and a number of NGOs and non-profits.
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