About Single Shot Cinema

I try to keep the camera moving at all times. Very slow or very fast but always moving, even if it is less noticeable e.g. when a person is speaking. Just like the surface of water, which is never completely motionless.
-Leonard Retel Helmrich-

Motion is the essence of Single Shot Cinema.

This technique enables filmmakers to move freely in a space with a camera and take long, uninterrupted shots. To ensure stability of the shots, Leonard developed a stability device to place a camera on, the Comodo Orbit.

Because it enables you to move freely in a space, you can film from very different and sometimes unusual angles, and it enables him to film people as well as animals from up close.

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