Ready, aim, and shoot

The extended family is getting together for the holidays and the family photographer whips out the video camera to record the festivities—but his/ her previous attempts at rolling tape indicate that the familydogmightbeabette r videographer.
This time, do it right. Professionals rely on certain tricks to make sure footage looks slick, not sloppy. Here are five tips for avoiding shaky amateurish results.
• Shoot a t eye level. If grandma is sitting down,...

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