We’ve all seen them: Fox News, CNN, even your favorite documentaries use themed graphics for all their needs. Lower-thirds, upper-quarters, bugs, opening and closing credits and the like all need to fit together. So, how do you do it?
There’s more than one log used in the editing bay and that doesn’t include the fireplace logs of a high-end Swedish post-production boutique. No Hygge here, instead it’s a rich texture of color brought about by mathematical gymnastics, the log recording feature found on many cameras, and the skilled hand of an astute editor. Untouched log footage doesn’t look quite right, but with a basic understanding an editor can weave together a rich tapestry of color.
Video shoots, both large and small, involve dozens of pieces of equipment, each capable of failing and ruining our day. Rounding up a few essential tools and supplies can turn a tricky day into a rewarding one.
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So you’ve decided to raise money for your creative project through crowdfunding. You’ve researched different crowdfunding methods, chosen a platform that fits your needs, and determined your financial goal. Now it’s time to start filming your promotional video, right?
If you ask a lawyer, the answer will most likely be “not so fast.” While crowdfunding is a much simpler, more straightforward way of securing funds than, say, approaching a film studio, there are still practical, legal considerations you should be aware of, particularly when it comes to your promotional video.