In this week's episode of Move with Rhino, we wanted to show you guys some solutions to a common problem people face when using sliders - keeping the slider out of the push in shot. Push in shots are great to create a dramatic scene that builds up tension or suspense. But pulling off this move with a longer 42" slider may be difficult.
In this week's episode of Move with Rhino, we wanted to show you guys the difference between a live motion shot and a time-lapse shot. When would you want to use a live motion over a time-lapse? Or the other way around? Typically, live motion shots are more cinematic and show something happening in the moment. In contrast, time-lapses are great for build up scenes and to a specific spot over a period of time. Watch the video below to see how we made this comparison in Chris' tattoo studio.
In this week's episode of Move with Rhino, we wanted to show you guys how to capture car light trails in a time-lapse at night. Keep in mind that your slide or time-lapse will be much more dynamic with something in the foreground. In this case, we used Rhino Arc and used a pole to reveal the city. With Rhino Motion, setting up a time-lapse could not be easier.
In this week's episode of Move with Rhino, we answer this exact question. We give our most common scenarios when using Rhino Slider EVO. A slider is a great tool to have with you on shoots. It can create a more dynamic scene and keep your viewer more engaged in the video.
In this week's episode of Move with Rhino, we want to show you guys how we organize our workflow when shooting video. It's all about saving time and being efficient on shoots. Sony cameras are great for customization because you can set each button to perform a certain function that you choose. This allows you to focus on your video instead of constantly going into the menu trying to change settings. And lets be honest, the Sony menus are not all that fun to navigate around. Check the video to see our settings!
In this week's episode of Move with Rhino, we answer this exact question. With so many lens options out there, how do know which one will fit your video needs best? We wanted to show you guys the lenses that we use when filming and why we like/dislike each one. We also wanted to show you guys an affordable lens option that does not compromise quality for the price. Check out the video below for more details.