By September 3, 2013 2 Comments

Q: How Can I Keep My Camera Stable When Shooting Video?

Have you tried shooting video and found that you ended up with video that’s just a bit too shaky? Stabilizing your camera is quite easy and, in this video, follow Robby D as he shows you two techniques for keeping your camera stable: use a tripod and use a stabilizing rig.

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About the Author:

Hi! I'm Rob "Robby D" Domaschuk, a professional photographer and educator. Not only am I the guy behind Rob Domaschuk Photography and the podcast Polarizing Images but also one of the owners of the Chicagoland Digital Photography Meetup Group (one of the largest Meetup groups in the country). I've quickly taken hold of this new hybrid photography era and, drawing upon almost 15 years of corporate training experience, am now focusing on photo education efforts for both the amateur and professional photographers who are developing their skills in this new area of photography.

2 Comments on "Q: How Can I Keep My Camera Stable When Shooting Video?"

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  1. kathleenreeve says:

    Hi, exactly which model of the Camtrol are you using? I can’t tell by looking at your video and their camera page which one you are using. Thanks

  2. Hi Kathleen – thanks for the question. I have the Prime 22. I’m working on a review of it and should be ready sometime in September. Happy Shooting!

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