Стоит признать, что качественное видеооборудование стоит довольно дорого. И чем больше ваше производство, тем дороже оно будет, поэтому очень важно найти способы, которые бы предоставили возможность имитировать тот же эффект, но при этом сделать это за куда меньший бюджет.

Не волнуйтесь, потому что решение на самом деле есть. Креативный директор Карен Чен (Karen X. Cheng) снимает видеоролики, в которых объясняет, как с помощью низкобюджетных и простых средств можно сделать свою работу такой же профессиональной, как и на любой высокобюджетной киностудии.

Буллет-тайм, zoom-эффект, вертиго — да что угодно, всё это женщина делает, потратив не более пары долларов, а то и вовсе бесплатно. 

Vinegret подобрал для вас несколько, на наш взгляд, самых эффектных роликов из её арсенала, чтобы вы убедились в том, что кинороизводство действительно может быть дешёвым, если за него берутся смекалистые люди. И пока вы будете наслаждаться просмотром роликов, непременно выделите для себя лучшие из них, отметив их лайком и комментарием!

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    ⁣Shots you can get alone in quarantine🙋🏻‍♀️ 🔁 Ok to repost with credit: @karenxcheng ⁣ ⁣ ⁣Which shot should I post a step-by-step #tutorial for? Vote in my stories! ⁣ ⁣ ⁣👚Laundry Basket ⁣ ⁣You may have seen this effect on TikTok, I thought it’d be interesting to start the shot reversed so that it looks like the phone is levitating rather than dropping. At first I dropped it onto a pillow - BAD IDEA, it bounces off the pillow onto the hard floor. If you want to try this shot, my tip is to use a laundry basket filled with clothes instead . 🧹Broom ⁣ ⁣This is a popular film effect, usually done with a monopod or custom rig. But the swiffer broom in my closet turned out to be perfect for this. If you try this with a regular mop or broom let me know how well it works ⁣ ⁣ ⁣🥢Chopsticks ⁣ ⁣I first tried this shot a few years back during a trip to Japan. Since then, iPhone cameras have gotten even better - when you shoot objects up close you get that natural depth of field effect ⁣ ⁣ ⁣🚌Toy Truck ⁣ ⁣I’d been scratching my head trying to figure out how to do a dolly zoom by myself (usually you need a friend to pull the camera backwards). Turned out a toy truck was perfect for this effect! ⁣ ⁣ ⁣🌀Slinky ⁣ ⁣I first saw @jordi.koalitic use a slinky in his photography, so I thought it’d be interesting to try it in a video when the iPhone wide angle lens came out ⁣ ⁣ ⁣#filmmaking #behindthescenes #howto #diy #stayhome #quarantine

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    When you wanna get the shot but still save money 🤷🏻‍♀️ Ok to repost with credit: @karenxcheng 🔁 ⁣ ⁣ What a time to be a filmmaker. Shots that used to take tons of expensive equipment and rigging can now be done much more easily, thanks to some developments over the last year - cameras getting much better built-in stabilization and 360 cameras allowing you to reframe shots in post. This is a compilation of the videos I’ve been working on over the last few months ⁣ ⁣ Director: @karenxcheng ⁣ ⁣ 🎬 Low Budget Fight Scene - The camera is strapped to a chest mount. Shot on @Insta360 One X with @getlostwithbrooks @bonam at Clarion Alley Murals ⁣ ⁣ 🎬 Low Budget Dolly Zoom - There’s no gimbal in this shot, so I’m relying on the optical stabilization of the camera itself. The dolly zoom effect was done digitally in post production (zoom in while walking backwards). Google “digital dolly zoom tutorial” to learn how. Shot on @Insta360 Go with @_theboon_ @katmeowz @fannnqie @wafffleco at Venice Beach Canals ⁣ ⁣ 🎬 Low Budget Stairwell Shot - You might’ve noticed the camera is spinning, but the footage is stable. That’s because I’m using a camera that is doing a bunch of gyro and optical stabilization, made possible because it’s a 360 camera. Shot on Insta360 One R with @getlostwithbrooks @bonam at @hotelvertigo ⁣ ⁣ 🎬 Low Budget Interstellar Shot - This shot is inspired by the famous ocean wave scene in Interstellar. The reverse tiny planet effect was actually edited on my iPhone! With the Insta360 One X app (and corresponding One X camera) at Pacifica beach ⁣ ⁣ 🎬 Low Budget Drone Shot - The camera is on a 10-ft stick, and all the tilts and pans you see in camera are actually added in post-production, since the camera is 360 and afterwards you can edit to make it look in any direction. Shot on Insta360 One X + Insta360 extended edition selfie stick, with @theryanmcdowell at Sutro Baths ⁣ ⁣ This is not an ad for Insta360, even though most of my cameras are from there, thanks to the Insta360 team for sending me the gear!! ⁣ ⁣ #insta360 #insta360onex #insta360oner #insta360go #360camera #gopro #gopromax #goprofusion #filmmaking #behindthescenes #director #cinematography

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    Woo it’s been a crazy few days - to anyone who has DM’d me, sorry if I haven’t had a chance to respond! But if you have a question about how something is shot, please leave it as a comment (rather than DM) - I am more likely to see it that way, especially if it’s on a video I just posted. And if you’re a brand reaching out for me to make a video, please contact via email 👌🏼 ⁣ ⁣ We got this fake drone shot driving down Lombard street in SF and got lots of amused looks from tourists. This 360 camera does a pretty amazing job of stitching out the stick. I’m using the @Insta360 One R but you can use any 360 camera that supports the “invisible selfie stick” feature (the latest @GoPro 360 cameras also support it). The footage you see is just about straight out of the camera, the only edits I made were some wide angle lens distortion correction and color grading. The stick is removed automatically, like magic! Just make sure you don’t drive too fast if you try this shot… we were cruising at about 5mph. ⁣ ⁣ Director: @karenxcheng Driven by @chris_dn and BTS by @danieldearco @wafffleco Gear: @Insta360 One R + Extended Selfie Stick accessory Music: Mornings by Jeff Kaale ⁣ ⁣ Huge shoutout to @jonsimo, I learned how to do this shot from him. Definitely check out his page for his latest 360 camera ideas and shots, he makes the footage look sooo good. ⁣ ⁣ #insta360 #insta360oner #gopro #gopromax #drone #dronephotography #behindthescenes #cinematography #filmmaking #convertible #hyundai #bmw #toyota #tesla #honda #volkswagon #generalmotors #ford #cars #carlovers

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    Showing off my drone flying skills 😉 Ok to repost with credit @karenxcheng 🔁 So I have been obsessed with getting a good fake drone shot, and I’ve been trying to get this shot for months actually. I’ve tried it at so many different locations that just weren’t quite right, until I found this location that worked for this idea. To help sell that it’s a drone shot, I’m pretending to hold a drone controller, which is actually just my phone. Then it was many attempts of trying to walk and move as steady as possible. I’m using a 360 camera (the @insta360 one x) so I can choose afterward in the edit which direction I want the camera to point. That means while shooting, I don’t need to worry about what direction the camera is pointing, I just focus on moving it forward as smoothly as possible. The slight rotations, tilts and pans of the camera are all done in After Effects with the GoPro VR Reframe plugin, to make it feel like more of a flying shot and less of a walking shot. directed & edited @karenxcheng “drone” operators @theryanmcdowell and @karenxcheng (actually it’s a @insta360 one X camera on a 10ft stick) The 10 ft stick folds up and fits in my backpack too! Thanks @dogoodjonathan @_theboon_ for helping me test earlier versions of this shot Shoutout to @shanilkawol for the YouTube tutorial on how to use the GoPro VR Reframe plugin, and @jonsimo for getting me to make the leap to After Effects. Check out their pages, their 360 content is 💯 #insta360 #insta360onex #ownthemoment #drone #fpv #dji #droneoftheday #hypersmooth #gopro #gopromax #sutrobaths #landsend #filmmaking #behindthescenes #travelphotography #sanfrancisco

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    Thirsty🥛 Ok to repost with credit: @karenxcheng 🔁 I’ve been wanting to do a “threading” video, where I thread the camera through small openings. The camera I’m using is tiny, about the size of my thumb, and has built in stabilization (@insta360 Go camera). Attach it to the end of a selfie stick, then walk backwards. The first version of this idea was just me holding up my hands and threading the camera through, but the shot was missing something. It needed something more. So then we added more people to the shot. At first I just had people holding up their hands into tiny shapes like I was doing, but it looked awkward. We needed to give them something to do, some sort of action to make it feel more natural. Enter the water bottles (which… uh, if you’re a beverage company reading this, hit me up if you want a video like this 🙋🏻‍♀️) Then as I was editing this, I wondered… hmm would a dolly zoom work for this shot? That’s the effect you see where it looks like the background is warping behind each person. It’s achieved by moving your camera back at the same time as zooming in. There’s all sorts of tutorials for this if you google "dolly zoom” if you’re interested. After a bunch of tweaking with the dolly zoom and timing of the video, this was the end result! Director & Editor: @karenxcheng Featuring: @katmeowz @fannnqie @_theboon_ Gear: @insta360 go camera with their selfie stick accessory Music: Fame Inc by Savvier Thanks @vonwong for helping me test out an early version of this idea #insta360 #insta360go #filmmaking #dollyzoom #zolly #hyperlapse #hypersmooth #gopro #filmmaking #behindthescenes #losangeles

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    Go fish 🎣 Ok to repost with credit: @karenxcheng 🔁 ⁣ ⁣ It’s very rare that I get a shot on the first try, but this was one of those lucky times. (Usually it’s multiple tests, location scouts, and iterating on the shot) ⁣ ⁣ @getlostwithbrooks and I were looking for the perfect staircase to do this. It turns out, the famous staircase featured in Hitchcock’s Vertigo was right in our backyard in San Francisco! ⁣ ⁣ You might’ve noticed that the camera is spinning quite a bit, but the footage is stable. A year or two ago, it wouldn’t have been possible to do this shot with a fishing rod (or at least, it would have been very difficult) because of how much the camera spins when dangled on a single flimsy string. But over the last year, optical camera stabilization - and particularly 360 camera stabilization - has gotten insanely good. All those rotations you see the camera doing were automatically removed by the camera, leaving one glorious stabilized shot. ⁣ ⁣ Director: @karenxcheng Fisherman: @getlostwithbrooks BTS filmed by: @bonam ⁣ ⁣ Location: @hotelvertigosf Music: Ghosts by IMMNNC from Fugue Gear: @insta360 One R (with 360 lens) and a random fishing rod I got on Amazon ⁣ ⁣ #insta360 #insta360oner #insta360onex #gopro #hypersmooth #spiralstaircase #hotelvertigo #behindthescenes #filmmaking #filmmakerslife #cinematography #vertigo #hitchcock #sanfrancisco #stairs

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