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Pocket Filmmaker: moving pictures

Welcome back to CNET Australia's guide to pocket film-making. The Pocket Filmmaker will be showing you how to turn the smartphone in your pocket into a camera capable of shooting video projects that are worthy of sharing with family and friends, online and even with the judges of some of Australia's biggest short-film festivals.

In this episode, we look at ways that you can add fluid movement to your shots without forking out for incredibly expensive equipment. Jason also has several great tips on ways you can hold and move a camera to add a dynamic eye to shots that would otherwise be staid and boring.

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