Shooting Indoor and Outdoor for Trailer

When you are shooting indoor, you would film with a shutter speed of about 1/200th and ISO 1600 and an f-stop of f/1.4 – f/2.0.

If you are filming outdoor then your shutter speed would usually be 1/125th.

If the shutter speed is too slow, you’ll get blurred movement. If you shoot at a shutter speed that’s too high, everyone in your scene will look like robots or as if they were recorded in stop motion.

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