Creating a camera shake in adobe premiere pro
If you’re a fan of the Cinecom channel you’ve probably seen our Earthquake tutorial where we created presets that you can use in Adobe Premiere Pro to get a camera shake effect. Or to create a shaky cam effect. This is useful when you’ve filmed on a tripod but want a handheld look.
If you want to create a camera shake effect yourself you can easily do that by playing around with the directional blur effect or the transform effect. You can animate the properties and get a desired look. This can be a soft shake or a hard shake.
Why are camera shakes useful?
You can use camera shakes to enhance movements on screen. When you see someone or something falling on the ground, stomping or exploding a camera shake can make the visual impact way more effective. It can also be used to enhance the beat of a music video for example. And even as a transition!
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