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Hello all. I'm a newbie here and this is my team's story: We love cars, we film cars... that's what we do... That's not just a showreel. That's how we live and breathe cars. That's why we traveled to half away across Europe, looking for thrilling automotive stories behind corporate projects or passionate individuals. Thousands of km, countless flights, more than a dozen European countries and piles of HD media fused to an action packed timeline . This is Manos, Kostas and Orfeas; we each created our own personal path that led us to the three opposite edges of a continent, but these paths are crossing every time we feel the need to tell a new story, to create a new project. This is our story combined, this is Kinisis.... Hope you like it!
Hi everyone. I'm not exactly a student or a new filmmaker, but I am closer to a new filmmaker, than a professional DP, so that's why I'm posting here. Apologies to moderators if it's in the wrong section. I'm filming a low budget car commercial for a small community tv channel and I am wondering what the best options are to film a moving car. I basically want to be able to make the most out of a little to no budget as possible, whether using guerilla style filmmaking or out the box ideas, I need some guidance. I want basically get multiple moving angles of a car driving on the road. My options so far are: Film the car out the window from another car. Use a pillow as a vibration/shake absorber while holding the camera on the door through the window opening. My angles and height are very restricted and I can only pan very slightly. Film the the car from the back of a pickup truck (in SA, we call these vans), with a little jib to get some dynamic movement, however while this option provides the most creative shot options, it could also provide me with, you know, death. So I'm not really considering this as an option, but if I found a way to safely set this up then I would do it. Film the car by sticking my camera out of the window and holding the top handle. I cannot hire a 3-axist gimbal to fit my FS700 in my city but I could use my Glidecam, however I don't have much confidence in this option. So you see, I am basically lost for options here. Every bts video I have seen of a car commercial has mind blowingly expensive rigs that are built into vehicles. I need some cheaper options. Thanks!