A boomshoe describes a type of movie footage, or a form of ending to film footage. It is almost always taken by amateurs, and typically consists of footage of mundane tasks or occasions designed for personal use, but which unintentionally catches a dramatic or violent occasion (the increase). The reaction of the filmer is often to drop the digital camera from eye range to witness the big event, pointing the camera in the surface (or their shoe). At this point, it becomes unusable as development footage. Utilized by TV editors and others.A related term is the boomsky which describes the same occurrence but ends in the digital camera pointing up. More prevalent with expert cameramen which utilize neck mounted digital cameras. A boomshoe describes a form of movie video footage, or a type of ending to movie footage. It is usually taken by amateurs, and usually contains video footage of mundane tasks or occasions made for personal usage, but which accidentally captures a dramatic or violent event (the boom). The reaction of the filmer is actually to drop the camera from eye line to witness the big event, pointing the digital camera in the ground (or their particular shoe). Now, it becomes unusable as development video footage. Utilized by television editors and others.A associated term may be the boomsky which defines an equivalent phenomenon but leads to the camera pointing up. More common with expert cameramen whom utilize shoulder mounted digital cameras.