A lot of photographers and videographers overlook a very simple trick with their cameras to create a much more simplified workflow. This trick is using your camera’s custom functions to create a streamlined shooting experience with presets dialed in. Here’s how I set mine up for filming storms…
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Thank you for the tips for shooting video. Iâ€™ve always done nothing but shoot stills. Your tip in a previous video to shoot stills with an aperture of F5.6 worked out nicely last season. I focused on a distant object with my autofocus and then the storm would be in completely acceptable focus, and at the same time my shutter speed could be set to be fast enough to not show camera shake as I was fighting the winds.
Definitely and you are welcome!!
Definitely some great tips!