5 Pro Tips for Better Camera Focus by Cinecom.net
Manual camera focus gives you greater control over your camera, but it's isn't always so easy to get it right. Learn 5 tips for better camera focusing.
I shoot many event movies or other promotional films on a DSLR camera. Having a shallow depth of field is a great advantage, but at the same time also a disadvantage as it's harder to focus. But this shouldn't keep us away from shooting those cinematic shots on a wide open aperture. - said Cinecom.net on YouTube -
There're many tools that can help you with manual camera focusing. But lets be honest here, nobody likes extra costs which only results in a more bulkier camera. One great advantage of working with a small camera like a DSLR is its small and lightweight form factor. With some tricks, used by many professionals, we can get great camera focusing.
Tips for Better Camera Focus1. Know your lens
2. Focus Pulling
3. Following the Subject
4. Focus Marks
5. Focus Gear
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