Artificial Post Stabilizer or Natural But Shaky ? (2 replies and 1 comment)
Dear mr roger and forum members especialy mike haha, if you work as an editor and have only two option above wich one is your default choices ? This is the shot i take below as an example please kindly check if you have time thank you.
Interesting footage but not sure what you are trying to demonstrate here. Using a tripod will solve your shaky problems but your footage clearly shows that you have inbuilt camera handling problems, relying on the editor to get you out of trouble is not the way to go.
Dude haha in wedding films culture i as an editor oftenly receive shaky footages from different clients i always rely on slow motioning higher frame per seconds.
Train your cameraman or woman to use a tripod or at least rest the camera on something stable, don’t accept camera shake or wobblely images in the first place.