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MOBILE VIDEO EDITING
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Something you will want to avoid while filming with your smartphone is the shaky ‘cellphone vid’ look. Even if everything else about your video is great, shakiness will still be distracting. The newest smartphones come with built-in hardware that helps to reduce the effect of camera shake on your videos. However, you will still need to use stabilizing equipment if you want your videos to be perfectly steady.
Here are some examples of accessories for stabilizing your smartphone:
A Pistol Grip is a handle you mount your smartphone on top of. This makes it even easier to ‘point and shoot’ while filming with your phone. The best thing about a Pistol Grip is that it does not limit your mobility - you can carry it anywhere! Pistol Grips that are specifically for smartphones are about $15.
If you already have a tripod you use with your camera you can buy a mount that will allow you to use it with your smartphone as well. These mounts only cost an average of $15, although there is a range.
Having a couple different kinds of shots will help your video be more dynamic. To take a dolly shot with your phone it will be helpful to have a table top dolly you can mount your mobile device to. Then you can slide it across a table, desk, or even the floor to record an interesting moving shot. Table Top Dollies cost about $100 including mounts, but if you do not mind finding your own way to mount your smartphone you can find one for about $30.
Using a selfie stick you can record stable videos from a lot of interesting angles. They are especially good for overhead shots. Selfie Sticks cost around $40.
Anything you can rest your smartphone on top of while you record can be used as a stabilizer. Tables are a classic choice but trees, benches, cars, and friends all work as well.
There are a lot of very simple things you can do to help your smartphone videos stand out, such as remembering to tilt your phone to the side when
You have an excellent camera right inside your smartphone. If you take a little bit of time to think about your technique then you will be able to record
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