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Badminton Videography

Discussion in 'Badminton Photography' started by kwun, Oct 10, 2011.

  1. kwun

    kwun Administrator

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    starting up a different media flavor. do share any badminto related videos that you have taken.

    i am not really interested in the plain vanilla match videos that we see everyday, but badminton video of a different perspective and subject matter.

    here is one i was playing with. i find that taking video much much more difficult than photos! i don't have a proper video dolly so the linear motion was done with the tripod sitting on a wooden board that rolls on top of 2 tubes of shuttle. looks like i need a proper dolly to get smoother motion.

    [video=youtube;QHdrScaJ29k]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QHdrScaJ29k&feature=feedu[/video]
     
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    So where do you get the time to do this? :(:(
     
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    while the kids plays their lego toys.
    daddy plays daddy's toys.
     
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    doing video turned out to be rather hard. very very hard to do. i kinda knew it would be tough, but didn't know it would be this tough and involve so much more equipment to do it well. aikes.
     

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