I recently watched a music concert recording one zooming technique, which I myself would like to apply. The camera zooms out here within just a few fractions of a second to an object (for example, precisely) the music artist, then remains of the "film" in a short Stillimage changes and then again a flash back to the zoomed out mode. Comparable Effects synonymous appear in the movie "Snatch" (eg the diamond robbery s.Anfang). I am grateful for any feedback.
Antwort von Axel:
Hello Saim. Most takes are no zooms, but rides, see: http://forum.slashcam.de/filmlook-of-snatch-vt28274.html?highlight=snatch
Antwort von Saim:
Many thanks for your tip. Unfortunately, me as amateur filmmakers the necessary funds for such costly recordings are not available. I've been messing around a bit in Motion 2 with keyframes. This allows some great effects synonymous making top ...
Antwort von Oele:
They are quite normal Reißzooms, which makes the camera ...?
Antwort von Saim:
Maybe, but unfortunately I do not know what exactly are Reisszoomes am a pure amateur filmmakers. I accept however that Reisszoomes with amateur equipment are making top rather difficult to ...? Purely optical effects that make me the impression as if they were digitally processed. The Konzertmitschitt, in which I have observed these effects is of a recent Robbie Williams concert. I do not know how the cameras, which are used at concerts, are suitable for such an effect. In Final Cut Pro, the transition is similar to "zoom in on top," moreover, the effect I mean ...
Antwort von Markus:
I know ... but unfortunately not what Reisszoomes are accurate.
Reißzooms zooms are carried out very quickly. Modern consumer camcorder, the command of the zoom buttons next electronical s.The Optics, in which provides a driving force for moving the lenses. This means that only predefined zoom speed can be achieved.
To perform a real Reißzoom to be able to-use lenses are mechanically necessary as they were common in older consumer cameras. Professional synonymous optics offer this feature, but for the price alone, such Optics others prefer to buy a car. ;-)