In This Chapter
• How do you shoot video with manual and embedded cameras?
• How should you frame shots to draw the eye?
• What do you need to remember when shooting video?
For learning professionals, filming poor-quality shots is one of the biggest wastes of time. Your footage might be underexposed, have too much headroom, or just not work well with the other shots. While you can fix a lot of mistakes with your editing software, correcting video is time-consuming. Instead, you’re better off getting your video right in the first place. For example, it should only take about 30 seconds to set the white balance ...