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« on: February 10, 2017, 08:10 »
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I invest much time in camera movement in my videos.
Mainly with a slider or Dana dolly,  but sometimes with Steadycam and gimbles.
Do you see any evidence that clips with movement sell better?
Of course the movement has to serve the point of the clip and not vice versa...

I would be happy to hear some insights...

Arbel.


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« Reply #1 on: February 10, 2017, 08:52 »
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I invest much time in camera movement in my videos.
Mainly with a slider or Dana dolly,  but sometimes with Steadycam and gimbles.
Do you see any evidence that clips with movement sell better?
Of course the movement has to serve the point of the clip and not vice versa...

I would be happy to hear some insights...

Arbel.

I think very often some camera movement is added simply to make the video look more "cinematographic" and more expensive since modern Hollywood movies almost don't have true static shots. It's probably the better way of shooting of some already well covered subjects: mobile phones, keyboards, vegetable cutting. I doubt there are any real evidences of significantly better sales for clips with camera movement compared to static ones though.


 

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