Choosing the right height
Singapore aerial cinematography by INFINYTE Media is all about going high in the air to take the videos. But how high should you really go? It all depends upon the type of video you are shooting. However, it is usually recommended that you do not go above 400 ft for safety as well as creative reasons. If you will go too high, you will not be able to get the clear picture. For instance, if you want to shoot an area in a single frame going too high will mean that the surroundings will also get captured. Of course you may need the surroundings but you will also not want to lose focus of the central thing. If you are using the helicopter or even an aircraft, going too high could also cause certain risks. So, for your safety and the safety of your crew, better not go too high.
Patience is important
If you want to take some really mind boggling videos with Singapore aerial cinematography then you will need to develop the virtue of patience. The reason is in fact quite simple. While the height does provide a great perspective, you may not always get what you want. For instance, if there is a cloud cover, the light may be low. Hence, you may have to wait for the sky to clear before you can take the videos. On the other hand, if you want to avoid glare, you may need slightly lowlight conditions. In that case, you will need to wait for the clouds to roll up in the sky before you can shoot.
Use the right tools
The use of right tools can spell the difference between a great video and an average video. Depending upon the weather condition, light condition, and the location, you may require different tools for videography. So, to make sure that the videos are mind blowing, you will need to use the right tools including the lenses and the type of camera. Different settings require different lenses. Also, if you need to zoom in on a particular area, you will need the right camera for it. To take the best videos, you should know what works in a particular situation. You will also want to know your camera and your tools.