Filmmaking is not about having the best or the most expensive gears. It has to do a lot with the techniques and experiences. We’re here to help you figure out how to get good shots and usable sound with basic camcorders, still cameras, or your phone
Follow these filmmaking tricks and tips to make your video or film a success.
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Correctly framing and composing your videos is crucial in telling your story and most importantly looking more professional. Watch this video to learn a few of the more basic and foundational rules of composition.
The location is one of the many important aspects of filming, location can quickly establish a situation or mood. It can help the audience to understand the actions and emotional lives of the characters in the story.
Finding an easily accessible location is not enough–securing permissions to shoot a film would prove disastrous if location permits remain are not obtained. The local council or the authorities can stop the entire production halfway while filming.
Lesser location = lesser problem. Every time you move location you need to pack the equipment and travel there. This will consume a lot more time compared with just shooting at the same location. It’s easier to stay on schedule (and spend less money) if you limit your locations. This will ideally limit the number of surprises and new problems that come up as you move from place to place.
Gaffer tape isn't just one of the most essential tools in a filmmaker's gear bag, it's also one of the most versatile. Gaffer’s tape can be lifesaver!
1) Marking spots, such as where your actor will stand, where props should be and where you need to put your tripod if you want to match up the perspective you had in your last shot.
2) Laying/securing cable
3) Fixing broken and hanging stuff
4) Mounting gels to lights
5) Labeling stuff especially your memory card. (prevent others people from using or formating it)
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