My Tools for Making Woodworking Movies

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To make woodworking movies, you want some tools…. duh! Right here is the tools I take advantage of – cameras, lights and sound tools. There are definitely inexpensive methods to do video taping – the truth is this whole video was shot utilizing solely my iPhone 7.

In trying again, I assume I ought to have put that pet on a tripod to eradicate a few of the motion within the photographs. Oh properly!

Hyperlinks to Different Good Movies:

Jay Bates strategy to a tripod alternative: https://youtu.be/oFoqMe1fgME

Steve Ramsey: https://youtu.be/sVJmikccMOM

We focus on “three Minute Overviews” on a subject with hyperlinks to prescreened high quality shows by nice presenters.

No adverts, no Amazon paid hyperlinks, no Patreon hyperlinks, not promoting plans, not operating any paid on-line woodworking faculties…… simply having enjoyable and searching for your feedback, shares, likes and subscriptions. Simply throw out a fast, “Good job, you previous Coot!” and make my day!

“In case you actually need to be taught one thing in life, simply attempt to train it to others!”….. well-known quote by Small Workshop Man…circa 2018

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Comments

Rob Trautvetter - Takami Woodshop says:

The bat tripods is a great idea! Nice video!

Twisted Woodshop says:

Clever set up. Less chance of knocking over some expensive gear!

Small Workshop Guy says:

Just a note. If I had it to do over again, I would use fewer pipes on my ceiling. I would do simple small pipes in a U shape in several places hanging from the ceiling. My network of pipes going everywhere is overkill.

R G Homestead says:

great idea thanks for posting and have a great day

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