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031 Frame Rates

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    All right so now we have frame rates right an incredibly important tool the you can use to change
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    in control of the aesthetic of your film so we have 24306120 and 240 frames a second so start with 24 this is the gold standard
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    for basically all films that you see on the big screen because at 24 frames a second your cameras capturing 24 images
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    back to back per second he gives the film or video this is much more soft and Sir real kind of vibe in kind of a static and the next frame rate is 30 frames a second
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    this is a much more realistic look you can see it in most broadcast TV a lot of you know TV stations just imagine
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    what news anchors look like it's kind of this slightly uncomfortable for whatever reason it doesn't have that dream me cinematic quality of 24 frames a second
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    so TV broadcasts and also home movies are shot at this 30 frames a second rate you can definitely see a difference in the overall look and feel
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    and next we have 60 frames a second right this is that more plastic you look where since work doubling in going beyond 24 and 30 you're capturing twice
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    as many frames a second which gives away and lets go of that motion blur look and how's that very kind of ultra realistic kind
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    of plastic feel not very cinematic but can be used in very very well for the more high speed action need tied Phil all right last but not least
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    shooting at 120 and 240 frames a second right. I love shooting out these high frame rates because it creates such a dramatic and epic.
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    Contrast between our normal day to day way of viewing things in the real life day to day you know viewing experience we don't ever get to see things
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    in slow motion that is why in film and video is such an incredibly powerful tool to Juxtapoz what we would see day to day with all sure
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    slow epic footage right these are the kind of cinematic things that we can use to create something that really sparks that feeling they were always
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    looking to create in the viewer so what I've realized is that what creates the most impactful films and videos are using techniques
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    that you wanted to see a normal day to day life right think about the things they look the best in film when you are filming directly
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    into the sun and the viewer is able to look and they can see a beautiful just rays of light that are coming into the camera that's an experience
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    that the everyday person never gets the hat right because we can't just directly look into the sun and experience that specific perspective.
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    Equally you think about how cool it is to see time lapses right there's something special that sparks a specific feeling that creates
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    that kind of joy in the viewer just from looking at that it's like this visual candy that we love to see same with macro shots
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    right seeing so close on a specific object it's breaking away from the ordinary perspective you see where I'm going with this
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    the same exact thing we all share epic slow motion shots never in our day to day life do we get to see so much detail right a simple movement
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    they look so plain in ordinary reality on film looks so much better and more amazing this is how we create impactful moments
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    by using these hyper speeding up of film and hyper slowing down the film right showing the viewer situations
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    that breaks away from their normal day to day viewing experience cool cool cool.
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