When your client wants shots of preticular places, events, backgrounds etc. that you don't have at your disposal what do you do? You look for stock footage to meet the clients needs and get the job done.
What does one get for the video producer that has everything? Why, the latest and greatest of course. Innovation in the world of video is a never-ending beast and you can be sure that a plethora of new goodies has appeared on the market throughout the year. We'll take a look at some of the newcomers, and a few of the oldies that are sure to put a smile on your favorite video producer's face. We'll have a look also, at a few items that are especially well suited for stuffing those eagerly awaiting stockings hanging from the mantel.
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.