“I don’t know what I want… but I know what I don’t want.” “Hmm, I’ll know it when I see it.” “Let’s try a few things, and go from there.” These phrases and more, when uttered from a client’s mouth, are the bane of any producer’s existence.
When you’re starting out as a filmmaker, you often have the wrong kind of bravado. You remember the short flicks you made in film school, when it seemed more important to reserve your equipment than anything else. Winging it seemed artsy and cool, perhaps like something Jean Luc Godard would do.
Whether you are an avid film watcher or someone who just likes to binge watch the latest TV sitcom, there is something that each of these forms of entertainment have that a good video producer or cinematographer should understand to help better create engaging shots that develop the emotion on screen and set the tone of a project...that is a proper contrast ratio.
We wanted to see what we could make with just stock media. VideoBlocks liked the idea and we had a good time putting it together. With so much to choose from on VideoBlocks, this video could have gone a million different ways. VideoBlocks.com