Projects For The Beginning Film Maker. One of the skills you need to develop to create professional-quality videos is the ability to think visually. Instead of words, you communicate using pictures. What visual cues can you as the film director give the viewer so he or she “gets” it? You have to first think of […]
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.
Video shot with a wildly moving camera means one of two things: somebody got a new camcorder and they don’t have a clue how to operate it, or someone is attempting to be stylistic with the video making techniques. Here is an example of the latter.
No matter what type of video you’re making, the first step is ALWAYS to consider your audience. WHO is the video intended for and WHAT do you want them to get out of it? The answers to those two questions will determine most everything else.
As you train yourself to be a visual story-teller, you will begin to automatically think about what kind of visual and audio components will convey the emotions, mood, facts and information you wish to impart on your audience.