- The pushin and push out. To do this you need to put it in the lock mode and you're gonna want to use a 16 millimeter 224 millimeter lens, you need to use a wider lens for this shot and to do this shot you're going to walk forward or walk back so set your subject where you want them to start and plan out where you're going to have them end and basically that's going to create a dramatic move pushing in and pulling out from the Subject.
- Adolly left and right. This the same principle as the push in push out walk from your left to your right or your right to your left and these first two moves mimic moves that you can do unlike a slider or a dolly and you want to be very smooth with these motions so that you get that really cinematic look.
- Awide spin or an orbit to do this move. You need to have it in the tilt lock mode and you're gonna want to use a wider lens so a 16 to a 24. The key is keeping your distance from the sub and walking in a circle around the subject.
- Another version of this spin howevergonna be using a much longer lens sothis is the parallax spin you're gonna want to have it in the tilt lock mode and then you're gonna be using a longer lens so think 35 to 50 millimeter lens. You're gonna want to lock in your focus on the subject. Keeping your distance from the subject and walk in a circle around the subject. What's different between this and the wider version of this is that you're creating parallax and parallax is when the background is moving faster than the foreground so you get this really kind of cool look out of your footage and this is something that you'll see in a lot of Hollywood cinema.
- You'regonna follow a subject so something has to be in motion so you can use a longer lens for this or you could use a wider lens but you're gonna want to keep it in the tilt lock mode rather than the full lock mode for this mode and the idea is that you're following a subject now a subject can move in different directions. You can either follow in front of them or behind them but the idea is you want to keep the same distance from then throughout the entire shot and you're following them.
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