You probably have some digital equipment of your own, but you're looking for ways to shoot with a great style at a minimal cost. Here's how you can pull it off.
Whether you shoot on DSLRs or pocket cams there are a variety of gismos and accessories that help you stay mobile, and give you added production value for very little cost. (This also includes maintaining your own equipment on the move.)
I'll give you a good example. If you're out and about, shooting stills and taking a wide variety of shots you can get yourself a Monopod
Another great add-on to your kit is a Lens Pen
I can't praise Light reflectors
If you really want to fine tune your shots, and create depth and atmosphere, you can get yourself a Professional Filter Kit
Of course there are many other tools out there that can help you fine-tune your shots, but these are some of the must-have's I think are worth getting.
Having the flexibility to shoot high-end looking shots with a variety of cost-friendly tools is an ideal mindset to go with if you want to be creative and move quickly. Often a steady shot, or a smooth pan can convey so much more than a jolty hand-held attempt. It's those subtleties that make your content stand out and if you can create a truly professional feel to your productions, whether you are producing corporate videos or music promos, it's definitely worth that small investment.
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