Izzy Video 045 – Energy and Movement


Cinematography is more than framing an image. To me, it’s also the energy and momentum of an image. Or the lack of energy.

In this video tutorial, I briefly overview some options for adding energy to your imagery. It should be helpful whether you’re creating a video podcast, a short film, or just making family videos.

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  1. says


    I’ve noticed an improvement in download time of your videos. Have you increased your bandwidth, or changed the compression of your videos? Anyway, you’re doing a great job with these videos and I use the information everyday while shooting footage. Thanks!


  2. says


    Actually I haven’t done anything different, but it’s certainly great to hear that download times are improving.

    I’m wondering if maybe Libsyn, the host for the files, has done something to improve.

    Anyway, thanks for the kind words. I appreciate that you’ve been such a loyal viewer.

    Please consider submitting video or audio for episode 50.



  3. Andrew says

    Hey Izzy,

    Thanks for the videos, they are a great help. I’m fairly self taught so these have been great for rounding out my knowledge base. Curious if you do any work with fisheye lens’? It would be neat to see a video up on dealing with depth of field issues and such with the fisheye.

    Thanks again!


  4. Third type of movement says

    Just thought I’d let you know that you forgot to include the lens (zooming) as a third type of movement.

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