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ABOUT THIS MODULE

In the Vehicle and Roadway Safety, we discussed hazard awareness when working near roadways, permits and traffic control, and general situational awareness when working around moving vehicles. In this module we’ll assess the various approaches for filming scenes in cars and evaluate the limits of safety with each approach.
 

IN THIS MODULE

  • 20:12 video that covers safety techniques for shooting moving vehicles
  • Illustrated companion guide
  • Downloadable field resource guide

LEARN

  • How to shoot moving vehicles
  • Techniques for shooting in/on moving vehicles
  • How to safely work with process trailers
  • How to safely work with camera cars
  • Safety guidelines for free driving
  • Utility and recreational vehicles
  • Alternatives to driving shots
"Very straightforward and easy to follow. I also really appreciate the combination of technical and aesthetics, which is how I base my class. I would find this to be a very good reference to provide to students."
 
   - William Donaruma,
      University of Notre Dame
 
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