i am wondering how to keep my horizons straight.
i train in my garage (cross set up, line on floor etc)
as i walk there is a slight wobble in horizon
i have rig in dynamic balance when by myself and when my gfriend walks in the frame i trim for headroom
iam practicing with old broadcast camera and lens is 7.5mm-95mm (i think its a 2/3 chip- feels when i have it on 15mm it would be 35mm on 35mm film)
i am currently training on the wide @ 7.5mm but i do zoom in to 50mm to make it harder. havent gone longer than that yet.
there are lots of straight lines in my garage (beams, door struts and door frame)
i have cross on garage door frame and walk in and out
i hold post as light as possible (maybe not light enough)
with Garrets classic grip as in book (sistine chapel)
i am also trying to do this as slow as possible (maybe to slow, like riding bike will fall over)
all i can think of is my operating hand exerting too much pressure on post but maybe my arm hand is exerting force i dunno,
i can post a link to vid if wanna see footage (record on Archos)
When i fly it looks dead straight to me on monitor i think im doing pretty good but when watch playback its looks crap, maybe im too critical of myself
Edited by robert weldoff, 16 October 2010 - 10:43 AM.