Developing A Routine (Camera Lesson 35)
Summary: Ryan shares the routine he uses before he rolls camera to ensure his footage is always delivered as expected.
Length: 2:49 minutes
If you are like me, then by now you are probably feeling overwhelmed by all of the camera settings and details that you have to pay attention to – and we haven’t even talked about framing, composition or lighting yet. That is why it’s key to develop a routine and stick to it no matter what. Follow it religiously. If you do, then it will become second nature to you. In this video I’m going to share with you the routine I use to maintain my sanity.
Routine With Film
In the days of film, the routine was a lot simpler; in fact the routine had the acronym F.A.S.T. You checked your FOCUS, APERTURE, SHUTTER, and TACHOMETER. As long as you checked these things on your camera before you rolled, you knew you were good to go. Unfortunately, it’s not so easy today. We have a lot more settings to worry about before we roll.
I call my routine…