Projects come and go, but dreaming up the next great video for a good client can mean the difference between caviar and canned beans. While most clients will come to the table with an idea for their first video or (hopefully) two, it's the job of the independent producer to educate clients on what kinds of videos are possible, which can add value to the client's value proposition, and why having more videos is ultimately better.
Even seemingly simple footage is actually quite complex. There is a blend of elements, from grain and noise, to exposure and white balance. When shooting with multiple cameras, how can footage be matched between them?