Eduvatimng Clients

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      Hi – new member here – I shoot & edit with a client who I really like but they don’t quite ‘get’ what video is and is not. Without going into details they tend to want videos which are basically glorified powerpoint presentations. I don’t like the finished product so wouldn’t show them as part of my folio but the potential is there. Does anybody know of a ‘paper’ (academic or otherwise as this is the language they might understand) or book or anything which could help me, to help them understand how to get the best out of video. I’ve been slowly trying to educate them but they still fall into the “let’s shoot everything and see what we can do with it” school of video. Very frustrating. I want to persuade them to decide what they need first then shoot with that in mind. Thanks

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