ok, i'm going direct to the point. I'm 17 years old and I wrote this short movie script.
I know how to use final cut and sony vegas, so that's not going to be a problem. The thing is, I'm really doing this short, but I have no budget (I don't know if it is possible to get one) and my camera is a Panasonic pv-gs39 plus I have a weird tripod (weird =bad/cheap).
I want some advices of how to improvise tools for my movie and what important points I should be knowing before i start this whole thing. And yes, I pretend to convince my friends of doing it and the movie doesn't have any DIFFICULT scenes to do, but I was pretending of doing a lot of no-cut walking sequences (camera following the subject with no cut) and I know I'm going to need something smooth to make the camera walk, like attaching my tripod to a skateboard or whatever. Plus the microphone from my camera SUCKS and I have a little (just a little) of dialog to cover with my Panasonic. Any practice is important.
Well, I appreciate any type of response.