Morgan Spurlock shared his creative process and tips for success in a telephone interview with Videomaker recently. In this second installment of our two-part series we find out how getting your audience emotionally involved in the story helps drive its success.
In a 2004 New York Times review of Morgan Spurlock's Oscar-nominated documentary Supersize Me the reviewer sums up: "His movie goes down easy and takes a while to digest, but its message is certainly worth the loss of your appetite."
Making videos. It's a wonderful pastime and but can also offer you a creative career is the world of stock footage. Whether you make video for fun, for friends of for profit, those little clips you love might earn you a little bit of income now and then.
How To videos and training videos are everywhere - from how to install a car engine to how to saddle a horse and how to build a model train. Many people think that since they know how to do something well enough, that they can use video sharing to teach these skills or techniques. Not necessarily.
You've met with the client, toured the business, and have pages of notes. Now it's time to take all that information and conceptualize a great commercial. In this segment we cover creating the concept, choosing a style of advertising, and pitching the idea to the client. Understanding these concepts will help you form a solid idea to get the go ahead from your client
For many, the wedding season is year 'round, but things tend to speed up in the spring and summer months. Being prepared for the height of the season well before the season is upon you will insure your wedding shoot will go smoothly.