Nice in the comments down below the first basic movement is the follow for this one. I will have the gimbal on LOCK mode and to do that with the OM4. You have to press and hold the trigger on the iSteady press and hold the left button and then press three times the right button for this movement. All you have to do is walk behind your subject, trying to follow her at the same speed. You can try this move with a different distance from your subject, and you can also try going faster or slower than the subject for the next basic movement. We’Re also going to be using LOCK mode on the gimbal and we’re going to walk backwards in front of the subject. While the subject is walking towards the camera we’re going to try to keep the same distance but feel free to experiment with different angles. This move can get a little bit tricky because you’re walking backwards, so a good tip is to have someone grab your shirt and just guide you on your path. The pull back reveal is a movement that I actually like a lot for this we’re also going to be using LOCK mode on the gimbal and you’re going to have your subject walk forward, but instead of following her or him, the camera is going to be pulling Backwards, this creates a very interesting effect where the subject is going away and the camera instead of staying on the same position, it will have some movement, and in this case it will help to reveal more of the environment tracking a subject from the side is a Very interesting movement, especially if you can find something to use in the foreground when the subject is moving for this movement, you should be facing the same way as the subject hold the gimbal straight forward and with the joystick turn the camera to point at the subject.
Now you’re going to lock the gimbal and the both of you are going to start walking at the same time, if you have something on the foreground like a tree or something else before you hit record, you need to lock the autofocus and exposure on the subject And this way the camera will not try to focus on the tree or anything else. If the camera focus on the tree and then on the subject and so on, the video clip is not going to look so good to lock the autofocus and exposure. All you need to do is tap on the subject on the screen and keep pressing. Until you see a small lock on that square, placing your gimbal upside down will allow it to take low angle shots. These kind of shots provide a very unique perspective and you can follow your subject and move the gimbal in different ways to achieve different kind of shots. You can go from a low angle, side, tracking and slowly twist, the gimbal, so we get behind for a follow shot or you can start at a low angle and slowly go up to a medium height for this movement. The gimbal needs to be on follow mode. We’Re going to start with the gimbal facing upwards like this, the subject and I are going to start walking and I will tilt the gimbal back to a horizontal level to focus on the subject. As we just keep walking for this movement, I will use the sport mode that the OM4 has to offer, and this will make the gimbal react faster than normal.
This gimbal movement is going to be motivated by the movement of the subject, so, instead of just filming without the gimbal moving we’re going to follow the movement with the gimbal tell me, which one did you like on the comments down below. I really hope you enjoyed this video. If you did, please give me a thumbs up subscribe and don’t forget to have an amazing day. My name is Otto.