Friday, February 9, 2018

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Making Video by phone camera is so easy now, but If you remeber some thing, you can make stunning Videos.



You’ve probably heard the saying “the best camera is the one that’s with you”. In today’s world, the same can be said for video cameras.
As mobile phone cameras have gotten progressively better, they’ve become reliable tools for recording videos on the go. Most new devices record in 4K or full HD, and with increasing phone storage space, it’s easier than ever to shoot, save, and share videos


Here are the Tips


1. Always Use the Back Camera

This may seem like an obvious rule, but it’s easy to forget. While front cameras have gotten more reliable for FaceTime and video calls, they’ve not yet reached the point where you can get decent, consistent video quality. Unless you’re recording a short (Snapchat/WhatsApp) video of yourself to share, always use the main camera at the back of your device to record videos.

2. Stability and Focus

It’s important to hold your device with both hands while recording video. Use a tripod or place your camera on a stable surface for best results if you can. Another thing to keep in mind is to constantly look at your phone to ensure that your recording is smooth. Avoid any temptation of looking at the scene you’re filming. Some camera apps let you tap the screen to focus on the subject you want to record.

3. Record in Landscape Mode

As mobile phones have gotten bigger, portrait seems like the logical (and comfortable) way to record video. While that’s fine to view on a mobile device, keep in mind that videos are best viewed on a big screen, like a PC or TV. Portrait mode does not do justice to those screens because you’re wasting valuable real estate. So even if you have to record something in a hurry, get into the habit of recording in landscape mode.

4. Add a Grid

The only thing worse than watching a video recorded in portrait mode is watching a video taken at a wrong angle. Adding a grid lets you use your background as a point of reference to ensure that your recording is always straight. Some devices don’t have this option. On the ones that do, it’s a setting you may need to enable within your camera app.


5. Lighting

Lighting plays a bigger role in videography than photography because it’s easy to edit, brighten, or apply a filter and get away with dark photo, but doing the same to a video can destroy its quality. As a general rule of thumb, make sure that your subject is illuminated by a bright source of light that’s ideally behind you. Use your smartphone’s flashlight only as an absolute last resort.

6. Angles

The best way to record videos is wide angle. In short, this means that you should position yourself a few feet away from the action so that you can capture everything without having to move your camera. Sometimes, when shooting things like a birthday celebration it can be a good idea to try and position yourself at a safe height away from what you’re recording while pointing your camera downwards to capture all the action from above.

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