So I posed the tech demo of Motion Camera Tag for Cinema 4D R14 a few days ago, it's probably one of the few features that I really dove into without a net, without seeing what other people where doing with it first. So someone asked, and I decied why not do this for my first tutoral for Chicago C4D. Most of the time I'm the one behind the camera, but now I'm the one in front. So take a look and let me know what you think, it's a little dry, but with a lot of information. I did like doing it thought so I think I'll keep giving it a go, and hopefully as I do, I'll get better being in front of the camera.
This is a two part video series, First we do an in-depth look at the Physical Camera from R13. This video will really go into the setting and how to use them, but also how it compares to real-world camera. It's a lot of information crammed into a short amount of time, but if you where at all confused about the setting in the new Physical Camera, this should clear some of them up.
After that we'll look at the Motion Camera Tag being introduced in R14. We'll run threw most of the settings and see how they work at making our camera look more natural.