1. I’ve actually been listening to your Filmaking podcast with Filmmakers when i got this notification as well. What a coincidence. Benn The LEGEND!

  2. Always wanted to be the first commenter on a youtube video. Finaally my dream came true. I would like to thank all my supporters,family members, teachers, friends and especially my internet provider.

  3. Benn..you have been such an inspiration for we all pep who are new to this platform. I have only one reqs,please visit Nepal someday..may be after this pandemic ends. Can’t wait to see the magic of Himalayas..๐Ÿ‡ณ๐Ÿ‡ต๐Ÿ™๐Ÿ™๐Ÿ™

  4. Omg I’m so happy you made this tutorial! I’ve been very interested in this effect uwu and I always wondered how it was done.
    You’re so talented ^_^

  5. Whats this? A tutorial? It’s about time isn’t it! It’s been a while since I’ve thrown one out to you guys so i hope you enjoy and learn something new (:

  6. I’ve been wondering what you’ve been doing during our stage 4 hard lockdown in Melbourne. Another great tutorial from the Master of the short immersive travel films. Keep them coming while we’re stuck at home.

  7. Big fan. Have been waiting for this video since ages. Your Euro trip video is one of our favourites. Although we edit our videos on Final Cut Pro but we get a lot of brilliant ideas from your tutorials. Wish to try this trick sometime in future. Still a long way though.

  8. Most awaited tutorial videos from you. I’ve been waiting for this a year finally you did it! Thank you very much for your tutorial and keep inspiring people man! Best wishes benn! ๐Ÿ˜‰

  9. When I watched this scene, I thought it was very creative.
    I tried a few times, but it wasn’t natural.
    Thank you for sharing the tutorial.

  10. Wow! I was watching all of your old videos and today…. booom new tutorial! Thanks a lot! Waiting for more tutorials and awesome cinematic videos! Greetings from Italy ๐Ÿ‡ฎ๐Ÿ‡น ๐Ÿ™

  11. Nice tutorial. Thank you. I have a question something off topic from this tutorial but i think you are the best person to ask this. As you filming, you shoot them with flat colors, and it’s easier to color correction.(according to many tutorials from you and other travel cinematic videographers)so, is that the same way how movies like in Hollywood,doing their shoot? Or they got some other methods in order to get cinematic colors (like with expensive Red cameras)?

  12. I guess you are the programmer behind after effects ben ๐Ÿ˜ You really stepped up my video game since I was inspired by your videos ! Keep it up ๐ŸŽฅโ˜บ๏ธ

  13. Tip: if youre deffo gonna track, place it on a null object so that you can independently change position of your subject also place multiple objects and connect it to the null and all of them will also be in the tracked position/movement

  14. Thanks a lot! Just got into AF, and this is a great tutorial that covers all basic aspects of masking on moving shot. Would be great also to see some tutorials on your other effects. Like those from Indian video ๐Ÿ™‚ 3d camera on the intro and old man glowing effect.

  15. ะ“ะดะต ัั‚ะพ ะฒะพะพะฑั‰ะต ะผะพะถะฝะพ ะฟั€ะธะผะตะฝะธั‚ัŒ? ะŸั€ะธะบะพะปัŒะฝะพ ะบะพะฝะตั‡ะฝะพ ัƒะทะฝะฐั‚ัŒ ะฝะพะฒั‹ะน, ะฝะพ ะฒัะต ะถะต ะฑะตัะฟะพะปะตะทะฝั‹ะน ะฟั€ะธั‘ะผ)

  16. Another quick tip to make your life easier: apply the tracking to a null object instead of the OG clip. Then parrent every layer you want to be tracked to the null object. No need to reposition every layer after the tracking that way ๐Ÿ™‚

  17. Tip: If you apply the camera movement to a null layer and parent the other stills to that null. You donโ€™t have to mess with anchor points or pre-comps or anything.

  18. When I watch your videos or tutorials then my Friends and brothers calling me been tk he’s uncle โค๏ธ bcoz of Im mad about your work โค๏ธ๐Ÿ”ฅ

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