Slow motion shots are always nice, but they're even better when captured with a moving camera.
They're some of the most important scenes in your film. They introduce us to characters, give us info, and even create tension. They're dialog scenes—but how do you shoot one?
What does the writing behind film's most successful characters have in common?
Unfortunately choosing your lighting equipment isn't a simple task. There's quite a lot to think about (other than cost), like color temperature, how much power they need, and what you're going to use to shape the light.