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by Rocketstock

When making a film or video, the goal is usually to get the smoothest shots possible. So why would you add a camera shake preset in post-production?

Camera shake presets are great. They have been around for quite some time, and as long as I’ve been interested in VFX and compositing, I’ve found plenty of uses for them. However, the whole prospect of camera shake presets can be a little confusing. Why did I spend all of this money on that expensive gimbal, or that new dolly system, if I’m going to add camera shake to the shot in post? What is the benefit of using a camera shake preset instead of just shooting the shot handheld on set? Who even wants shaky footage to begin with?

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