Davinci Resolve Vertigo Film Effect

Ever wondered how a reverse tracking shot, like the one in the iconic Vertigo film by Alfred Hitchcock was created? This film effect, also known as the dolly zoom effect, has been used in many Hollywood films such as Jaws, Lord of the Rings and Goodfellas.

This Davinci Resolve tutorial video will show you how to set up the reverse tracking, Vertigo zoom effect using standard film footage. I use this effect a lot with drone footage, which provides a perfect base film to start the effect since drone footage generally has a very smooth video with forward motion. Davinci Resolve can do the rest. What this step-by-step video to learn how to create the Vertigo Zoom effect for your project. No Fusion nodes are used for this setup.

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