Warp Stabilizer Effect
Inside Adobe Premiere Pro we can find back the Warp Stabilizer effect. It’s meant to stabilize shaky footage (as the name suggests). But with a cleaver trick we can reverse that technique and actually bring camera movement into a static shot.
Creative Camera Effects
Bringing handheld motion into a static shot is the first thing we think about with this stabilization hack. But there’re many other creative effects we could create.
For instance, when you film from a tripod you tighten the locks. Now kick your tripod, adding a bump to your shot.
When using the stabilization hack on this clip, we can use the camera bump on actions like gun shots. A clever way to add natural motion.
For music videos there’s also a lot that we can do. I was experimenting with zooming in and out. Also that works really well with the stabilization hack in Premiere Pro.
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