The name is Amanda. I'm new here!
The lowdown: I went to film school, but switched majors and schools in my junior year of college because of financial hardship (film school is expensive yo) and family issues. I now have a communications degree instead, since it was a lot easier on my pockets for undergrad.
Thanks to my foray in film school - I know much of the ins-and-outs of film (at least the beginning ins-and-outs) and I'm thinking of studying film again. This time for grad school, since eventually I'd like to teach at a college level whenever I'm old and gray. That's beside the point though.
I'm into photography too, which is how I wound up with Canon 6D as my main camera. I'm still figuring out how to use it for making films, since we used video cameras at my film school. Same goes for my alma mater. I didn't work much with DSLRs as far as filming ever went.
Now lately I've gotten into dance videos and would like to help out a local dance school film videos similar to this one:
What kind of lens should I use for this type of project? Multiple lenses even? I was thinking wide angle obviously, but which would be suggested? Also what should I include in my "kit" including the type of stabilizer that should be used? I tried Googling some info, but I figure someone here might be more familiar with all the gadgets available than Google.
If anyone could help, I'd really appreciate it!
Edited by Amanda Day, 02 December 2015 - 05:41 AM.