Do you want your video to stand out fro the crowd? One way to make your video more creative and appealing for audiences is to come up with some clever visual analogies that make your point instead of just relying on words.
Two examples of documentary style film making for you to emulate and learn from. These videos are both a common and staple format: profiling individual people and telling their story. Telling the story of an individual is the foundation, heart really, of most documentary style film making.
Want a fun Christmas treat that won’t pack on the pounds? Enjoy this award-winning Holiday Video Special produced by my third-year high school students.
Video storytelling relies on video sequences. What exactly is a video sequence?
Creating characters is one of the most fun, and most important things you can do to produce a successful video.
The best videos tell a story. So how do you weave a story into a video production on a boring subject?
What makes a good video script? Warning! The answer might make a high school English teacher scream!
Storytelling is the single most important element for a successful video. Here are some easy tips for weaving a story into your video…even if you really don’t have that great of a story!
If you’re new to video production, the thought of creating your own story can be both thrilling and intimidating. How do you tell a story about your niche: organic gardening?
When producing video, sometimes it can be virtually impossible to think of what video you can use. What in the world do you do if you have to do a story about something gross and boring like colon cancer?
Sequences tell a story, but depending on what narration and other story-telling elements you use along with it, a sequence can be made to illustrate multiple ideas.