BUILDING CHARACTERS FOR A MOVIE When creating characters for a movie, consider the many different ways people behave, look and speak. Do you know anyone like this in real life? It always helps to follow the writer’s adage: “write what you know.” You can learn by imitating what has been done to create popular characters […]
If you want awesome video of your lead singer walking along a mystical, foggy, steaming river with dramatic orange lighting, you have three basic choices. Find such a river, find footage of such a river, or re-create it yourself.
If a picture is worth 1,000 words, a video is worth even more. Here is an explanation of how and when to use wide shots, mediums shots and close-ups in video production to communicate and tell stories visually.