Nigel Alexander is one of the top skateboard filmmakers and has worked with the best of the best, from Paul Rodriguez to Torey Pudwill and more. He has also worked with amateurs like Lamont Holt who are leading skateboarding’s next generation. All of their footage comes together seamlessly for NKA Project.
In this week's episode of NKA Project, Nigel Alexander teaches you how to shoot awesome skate videos with your phone. Learn how to create a rig using a selfie stick and even helpful tips on camera positioning and placement. There'll be no excuse for janky cellphone footage after watching this episode.
This week on NKA Project, Nigel covers the basics of how to shoot time lapse clips. Watch as Nigel gives you tips on tripod usage, frames per second, slow shutter speed, and even how to use a Movo photo MTP-10. With these modest technical additions and techniques you'll be sure to elevate your skateboard edit with beautiful time lapse shots in no time.
If you want to add a stylized layer to your skate edit, learning how to shoot unique B-roll is key. In this week's edition of NKA Project, Nigel Alexander gives you pointers on what to look for when shooting B-roll. After watching this edit you'll be able to find a great shot in any moment.
Nigel Alexander's "How To Film Skateboarding" series continues on this week's episode of NKA Project. Nigel breaks down the basics of how to capture the best skate lines for your next video. Take note as Nigel explains the basics of camera positioning , pushing techniques and even the right skateboard to use.
On this episode of NKA Project, Nigel K. Alexander explains how to shoot long lens clips for skateboarding. Watch as Nigel breaks down zooming techniques, camera positioning, and suggested lens set ups. Your shooting technique will definitely be upgraded after watching this video.
In this episode of NKA Project, Nigel K Alexander teaches you how to shoot skateboarding with a fisheye lens. By the end of this video you will know the difference between a 4x3 and a 19x9 fisheye lens, how to position yourself and the camera when shooting, and even which fisheye lens to purchase. With all of this knowledge you'll be releasing parts from your bros in no time.
*NKA Project*'s "How To Film Skateboarding" continues this week with Nigel breaking down the basics of setting up your camera. Learn the importance of a clean lens, white balance, frame rates, shutter speed, F- Stop, charged batteries and fresh SD cards. After watching this video you'll be ready to stack some clips in no time.
Learn how to film like the pros with NKA's Nigel Alexander. In the following weeks Nigel will break down how to film skateboarding step by step with the best tips and tricks of the trade. Subscribe for weekly videos covering how to set up your camera, shoot lines, fish eye lens, long lens, B-Roll, time lapses, GoPro filming tips, and maybe even some camera phone shooting techniques.