I'm new to the forum and hope some experienced operators can give me some advice.
My setup first: Glidecam HD-1000 with a GoPro Hero 3 (+weights) on top. Weight of the camera with the Glidecam quick-release-plate about 800-850 grams. Droptime about 2.5 seconds.
When I want to do some of those shots where I start straight, walk and tilt up while walking I cannot figure it out how to do that without shake when tilting up. Same the other way where I start on the top and make a tilt downwards.
I'm holing the Glidecam with 2/3 fingers just below the gimbal - also tried above the gimbal or at the bottom of the Glidecam.
This is what I want to achieve (shots at 0:44 and 1:30):
Parker Walbeck is also guiding his Glidecam just below the gimbal - I know he is expert and practiced a lot but I want to practice with the right technique.
Somebody got some good advice how to achieve some smooth tilt shots? Whats "the best" technique to use?