Agency Based Discussion > Pond5

1/60 shutter speed and 30 Frames necessary for stock videography?

(1/3) > >>

Stocker2015:
Using the shutter speed with double value of the frame rate is necessary for stock videography always? If i shoot a video outdoors without a Nd filter everything is so overexposed and i need to increase shutter speed. Can i use these type of videos and sell in Pond5?

qunamax:
I don't think that's a rule, it's just preference for motion sensation, yours and what you think suits and will sell better, I don't even think they have a way of knowing what shutterspeed was. I'm sure there are tons of videos shot on mobile phones and accepted with no regards to any of the parameters. 

Stocker2015:
Thank you. As far as i know this rule only for the motion blur quality. As you say, i don't think that no one can understand the shutter speed of a video.  :)

Mantis:

--- Quote from: Stocker2015 on July 19, 2020, 06:12 ---Using the shutter speed with double value of the frame rate is necessary for stock videography always? If i shoot a video outdoors without a Nd filter everything is so overexposed and i need to increase shutter speed. Can i use these type of videos and sell in Pond5?

--- End quote ---

Just carry around some ND filters.  For bright days I can toss on a 8x ND and am good to go.  If you want longer shutter speeds for something like lightning during the day, use a 64X ND.  Can keep ISO low.  The theory is: The reason for the 180-degree rule is because it helps us to record video that contains natural movement. If the shutter speed is too slow, youíll get blurred movement, if you shoot at a shutter speed thatís too high, everyone in your scene will look like robots or as if they were recorded in stop motion. Sticking to the 180-rule will give you the most natural movement.

Stocker2015:
I will use my smartphone and gimbal first. It is hard to find good ND filters for android. I have Hoya Pro variable and i need to attach to phone with an adapter but i couldn't find a solution.

Navigation

[0] Message Index

[#] Next page

Go to full version