you could offer to collabo


you could offer to collaborate….get your client on board.

if your client gets permission to use the photos in your video for you, you could do a Ken Burns style pan/zoom over the still images.

It stands to reason, that the stills could fill in the points where you got nothing on the video.

I’m only suggesting this, cause I shoot video and stills on my projects, and it works for me.

I also use detial shots (Flowers, rings, etc, close ups of faces, hands, dress, etc) to mix in the video for interest.

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