Hey guys, here is the video I am interested in getting answer.
It is a mastercard ad (30 sec). Take a couple of seconds to watch the beginning and let me know if you fee the discomfort as much as I do.
What concerns me is the motion blur. I don't know the camera setting. But let say it would have been shot slow-mo, 100fps, 1/200th, 180 shutter angle.
*I wasn't on set, but I have a feeling, that first of all, the camera movement were too fast. So even thou you shoot it slow-mo, I think you still need to slow down your movement, specifically when a steadicam is panning all the way around.
*Also, setting wise, your shutter speed must be set on twice your frame rate is, I got that. But, then, if you want to avoid the motion blur, shooting at 100fps, if you set your camera on 1/400th, how much will this impact on your look? (and I am not talking about the affect on the light).
*You don't want a soldier ryan, but instead, all the frames to be as sharp as it can get, so could changing your shutter angle help ? By going to let say 240 deg instead of 180 ?
A little bit confused I am !
Would love to hear your thoughts!