After watching a number of videos, I gotta agree lighting takes priority. It doesn't make sense (yet), but I realize that's how it works because, obviously, how a camera sees a scene is different from how a human eye sees reality.
Even though the question in't directed at me, I wanna say I think everyone here in this thread has implied, in my mind at least, that even though a camera may be viewed as the "best", there is no perfect-for-all camera. Speaking generally, you just…
Admittedly, I don't actually have any video footage on those cameras, just pics on the Nikon. I got them in the past for a purpose I haven't been able to carry out. But now I'm doing a lot more research on filming than my dummy self used to.
Thanks guys. I don't have a ton o space in my apartment, but I could find somewhere.
Do you put something on the ground when you need to angle the camera down? What if you wanted to "go for a walk/run" in greenscreen?
When I'm in "active camera" view, I can adjust the zoom, no problem. But in any of the other orthographic views, the zoom thing in the bottom right disappears and my dreadful middle mouse button just rotates the view. Maybe i'm looking for the wr…
I guess I don't fully get it yet.
2. How would you animate the spreading blob? I have an idea that you'd keyframe it from the left to the right, or the bottom to the top, but with what?[
3. What do you mean by "assign endpoints"?