Have you been getting into filming and you want to learn how to film with a fisheye lens, but you aren’t really sure how to go about it? Lux BMX caught up with Troy Charlesworth to get some tips and examples on how to film with a fisheye lens. This is focused on BMX, but we would imagine a lot of this could be applied to filming other things as well. Take a look!
“If you know Troy Charlesworth you’ll know he has been filming with his Century Xtreme lens for the good part of a decade. Producing a number of full length DVDs not to mention a plethora of web parts. Recently finishing Boyds Locked Down Under part for @Odyssey BMX that you can watch over on their channel. Today Troy is showing us how he gets the most from his fisheye while out filming.
Thanks to Brock Olive for riding in this one!
Film/Edit Tim Storey” – Lux BMX
What do you think? Do you have any questions? Are there any tips Troy missed that would be helpful for a beginner? Let us know what you’re thinking in the comments down below!