[ Shooting O utside ]
Use your camera’s auto white balance when moving around as it helps with changes in light.
Use a camera cage or grip when moving around to help mitigate camera shake and keep your footage level.
Make use of a camera-mounted light if the available natural light is low, but try to avoid harsh lighting effects.
Keep your camera at the correct level for the kind of footage you’re shooting – often eye level.
Use zany angles unless you have a good reason. Shaky, flying camera footage makes audiences dizzy.
Shoot in low light unless your camera is set up to deal with it. Low light makes autofocus much harder for a camera.