49th tip is the one.
Thanks for the feedback, on my discussion about No/Lo budgets.
I had watched this twice yesterday. It's wonderful! Keep shooting, keep editing. Thanks for the inspiration.
wga register... poor mans copyright... take it to a potential buyer. Usually, if it's shelved for some time, they give it back to you...AND pay you. due to the time they had it and didn't do anything with it.
If you have the vision and the ability to execute it. Then, go right ahead. Put it in motion.
Funny you mentioned that. I was in the know of that trick before purchase. Though, I was out of work for a week, due to a severe cold/bronchitis. I simply unboxed and went at it then. Yes, elastic bands do work. I have created a system on mine, similar to a pully's mechanics. Works great.
It's not a pro slider. It was under a hundred dollars. So I do expect jitters. Though, I now see why the ball bearing mid range priced ones would make all the difference.
Most importantly, it's fun to equip yourself with and use in many situations. Does add a great bit. I would say, go get one asap!
Thank you for the post. Will definitely be interested in entering this. ScreenCraft has great people over there.
That is wonderful to hear! Glad to see you doing it!
You are very right. I have the passion for it. I'm working on getting a project up and running, though this one, for me, is going all in. So I'll take my time on that one. In the meantime, I am always shooting. Just to view it and react. Seeing that I am just starting out. I still get the energetic feeling (cannot be described) when you shoot something from a particular angle and view it, that feeling of accomplishment and pride. I can't wait to experience it more. Thanks a bunch for the good kind words.