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Showing posts with label Filmproduction. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Filmproduction. Show all posts

Friday, November 1, 2019

#Film: Avoid Stress When Shooting

Stress is the greatest enemy for your solo filmmaker. Whether it's a wedding, a music video, or maybe a passion project you create alone, nothing can cripple your workflow more than an onslaught of stress. Obviously, this really is not to say that if you've been by using a large team a person stress-free – you wouldn't. But with a group, there are people you'll be able to draw from for support, then there's always extra number of hands when you need it.
A lot of the stressors during a task start as small things which can easily be managed. It's not as if your solo shooter will probably be rigging up a Condor. Most likely, it's something of the inability to obtain the key or tool necessary to remove the camera rig so it can fit with a gimbal.
There are many steps I now follow when I'm filming by myself. Sure, they can be commonsense tips, but it is any type of advice you won't really think about until you end up in an especially stressful situation.

Sunday, February 3, 2019

Showview For Heise Dance Show Produced

Showview - Irene und Dieter Heise Tanzshow

See spot on YouTube: https://youtu.be/znPybmxEWv4

In the spot you see short messages in German language about their dance show.

Wednesday, December 12, 2018

#Musicproduction: #Filmproduction: Importance of Music in Movies

Types of Music in Film

Using the American Society of Composers, Authors, and Publishers (ASCAP), you will discover three different types of music seen in films:
  • Songs that already exist
  • Songs written specifically to get a certain film
  • Underscores
Existing songs can effectively set a show on a certain stretch of time utilizing recognizable songs coming from a specific era. Catchy, original songs can be as popular as a film itself. An underscore would be the music that plays device on a scene. You possibly will not even notice it's there, but next time you turn on your own television, attempt to create a scene without the underscore and you may realize how important it's!

Saturday, November 3, 2018

#Filmproduction: Produce A Low Budget Video

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A music video for the song is really a requirement right now since YouTube is unquestionably a vital tool so you can get music in the market to both current and potential fans. With that being said, video production could get crazy expensive, particularly if you're hiring pros, however it doesn't have to be that way. You can do it cheaply but still come up with a product that is totally effective. Here are a few ways to cut the expense way down and go the low-budget route, though get results.

Saturday, October 13, 2018

#Musicproduction: #FilmProduction: Tips For Music Video Production

The thought of making a music video appeals to most up-and-coming musicians plus the independent labels backing them. However, for that majority, the charge and labor-intensive nature of music video production is a little outside their budget. Furthermore, pressure to succeed to generate something exceptionally noteworthy is intense, given the of your music video medium, that's ultimately a marketing and advertising device around it is a variety of artistic expression. Quite simply, to obtain a worthy return-on-investment for any music video, the music has to be great (a given) plus the video has to be intriguing and unique.
Fortunately for musicians and producers, it is possible to build a reliable music video using a budget. Here's how it can work:

Sunday, July 1, 2018

#Filmproduction: How to Storyboard: A Basic Guide for Aspiring Artists #knowhow

Have you ever what wondered what kind of planning goes into making commercials, short films, or animations? Well, for starters, the backbone of any of these projects are storyboards or storyboard art…

#Filmproduction: How to Storyboard: A Basic Guide for Aspiring Artists #knowhow

Thursday, May 31, 2018

#Filmproduction: How to Use Selective Color in a Black-and-White Video with #Premiere Pro #PremierePro

One of the most fun parts of filmmaking is when the medium becomes the message or, in other words, when the film’s mise-en-scène becomes part of the story. A great example of this is the 1998 cult-classic Pleasantville, which employed a special color-corrective effect to isolate colors in black-and-white film and underscore the diegesis.

#Filmproduction: How to Use Selective Color in a Black-and-White Video with #Premiere Pro #PremierePro

Sunday, May 13, 2018

Tips For Low Budget Production

Why not receive an award on International Film 'Festival
with a low budget production ? Here milan 2017
Listed below are tips and tricks for a low budget film production.
  1. Shot list everything. Storyboards don't help most microbudget productions.
    Shot lists are a less strenuous and more adaptable way to work in smaller micromovie productions. You run the risk of trying to shoot the storyboards only once you've pretty pictures to obsess over and you must learn how to adjust to ever-changing circumstances, opportunities and even locations. Don't limit yourself. Keep a running total and check them off as you go. Use an application like Shotlister to keep on track. Go here to learn how to utilize this smartphone powerhouse.

Saturday, May 12, 2018

#Videoproduction: Editing Tips

Editing videos is just a craft which requires precision as it pertains to execution. In order to produce YouTube or video production type of masterpieces, you will need to focus on your video editing skills. It is about capturing the desires of the audience based on everything you have as your final product. You can find top professional video production agency in Dubai by Astudio.ae, which utilizes modern video editing tools along with the right technical expertise for quality production. You wish to enhance the sensational effect of your video by not merely rendering it look natural but also communicate the intended message to the audience. As a starter, these video editing tips comes into play handy:

Work with a tripod for quality videos
It makes your editing work easy and less strenuous. A tripod produces steady shots for the videos. This way, you will not have plenty of mistakes to edit from your videos. Always ensure that your camera is mounted on a tripod for quality shots and videos.

Focus on the human body language of the speaker
Your body language of the speaker, speaks volume. You don't want a situation whereby the audience cannot see the speaker's lips, hands, legs, head, eyes, and body movements. Concentrating your edits with this makes the video worth watching and the audience will have a way to check out it right through to the end.

Maintain tight cuts in the edits
For almost any audience, the concentration span is obviously short. You, thus, want to help keep your videos informational and at the same time short. For the reason that case, you can make tight cuts on the unnecessary pauses, talks, gestures, or scenes. This will make it easy when creating additional edits to shorten the film.

Edit out the mistakes
There are a few mistakes speakers will make when addressing a live crowd. It could be in the proper execution of gestures they make, the voice or the language. You have to edit those mistakes by removing them. It can help the speaker to be clear to the audience.

Less is more
Most video editing beginners may wish to include almost everything at their disposal in a movie editing tool. Don't assume all graphic or video effect is suitable for your edits. Actually, the lesser you include those effects the better. This goes for the backdrop music. Don't be too flashy or ambitious with the option of the music or video effects since it needs to check natural to the audience.

Use both close and wide shots
For the wide shots, they help the audience to view the setting on that the speaker is delivering the message. Close shots help the audience to view the human body language of the speaker and thus you've to make use of both while editing to be able to add value to the video.

Maintain the right pace
It will not be too quickly or too slow for the audience. You have to maintain the right pace in your video to simply help the audience absorb and digest the message. Videos which are too slow will be boring.

#Filmproduction: #Videoproduction: Editing Tips

Saturday, December 9, 2017

International Film Festival Milan 2017

Awarded at International Film Festival Milan 2017 for Best Editing of a Short Movie.

My short report about International Film Festival Milan 2017 with interviews with managers. http://www.filmfestinternational.com/

Tuesday, October 3, 2017

#Filmproduction: Video: Take A Crash Course in Editing Techniques You Need to Know

When you’re editing a film or video, the techniques you use can have as much impact on the way it’s received as the way it’s shot or the performances portrayed. Depending on how you cut from one moment to the next and what types of transitions you make within a given scene, you can create a multitude of different experiences using the same footage.

#Filmproduction: Video: Take A Crash Course in Editing Techniques You Need to Know

Thursday, September 21, 2017

#Filmproduction: 13 Creative Editing Techniques Every Video Editor Should Know

Picture the quick-cut transitions and comedic editing style of any Edgar Wright movie (the work of editor Chris Dickens, usually), the flash-bulb cuts and freeze frames of Martin Scorcese films (editor Thelma Schoonmaker) or the frantic and fabulous opening scene in City of God (editor Daniel Rezende). These are all different types of edits and cuts that one can make when putting together a story.
Once you master the edit types and learn why each one is important in different circumstances, you can make your projects more entertaining and your editing more efficient, and you can create a whole editing style of your own that reflects your creative side.

#Filmproduction: 13 Creative Editing Techniques Every Video Editor Should Know

Monday, February 29, 2016

#AfterEffects #Filmproduction: 6 Common After Effects Expressions You Should Be Using

Pardon the expression, but you should “work smarter, not harder.” See what I did there? Today, we’re going to talk about expressions. Not that kind of expression though. We’re going to be talking about After Effects expressions, and how they will help you to work smarter, not harder.

#AfterEffects #Filmproduction: 6 Common After Effects Expressions You Should Be Using

Thursday, February 18, 2016

#AfterEffects #Filmproduction: 6 Creative Ways to Use Clouds in After Effects

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After Effects shines when it comes to creating and manipulating fractal designs. Fractals can be used to create a lot of things in After Effects — most notably clouds. Instead of downloading cloud …

#AfterEffects #Filmproduction: 6 Creative Ways to Use Clouds in After Effects

Saturday, February 6, 2016

#AfterEffects #Filmproduction: Use the Puppet Tool in After Effects to Add Life to Animation

When working with image assets (especially vector designs), subtle application of the Puppet tool in After Effects can add life to your animation. In this example, I’m animating a background design…

#AfterEffects #Filmproduction: Use the Puppet Tool in After Effects to Add Life to Animation

Thursday, October 29, 2015

#AfterEffects #Filmproduction: 4 Stunning Matte Painting Tutorials for After Effects

Matte painting is an incredibly fun and challenging way to get the most out of After Effects. Matte painting brings all of the amazing tools inside After Effects together. However, it’s no easy tas…

#AfterEffects #Filmproduction: 4 Stunning Matte Painting Tutorials for After Effects

Saturday, October 3, 2015

#AfterEffects #Filmproduction: 10 #Free After Effects Templates

On th page you'll find previews and descriptions for the 10 free After Effects we currently have available here at Motion Array. To download these files, you'll need to sign up for a free account.

#AfterEffects #Filmproduction: 10 #Free After Effects Templates

Thursday, July 30, 2015

#AfterEffects #Filmproduction: 11 Best Free Adobe After Effects Tutorials for Aspiring Video Editors

Very good source for tutorials

If you’re a video editor or a member of a content marketing team that wants to have stellar post-production in all its videos, Adobe After Effects (written with C++) is an essential skill. It allows you to add motion graphics and visual effects like animations to videos so you can spice up your content. To become a video editor and make a median salary of $48,000/year1, you’ll need to have Adobe After Effects as one of your strongest skills.

#AfterEffects #Filmproduction: 11 Best Free Adobe After Effects Tutorials for Aspiring Video Editors