How to Use Video

Creative Elements

Quality video (digital film) is more than just ‘point and shoot’. Our directors & crews are expert in the art video and audio including the use of devices and techniques such as the following:



Story, story story! If there's no story, there's no meaning and no one wants to watch no matter how spectacular the video is. Story is EVERYTHING!



Motion is just still with a dimension of time. Understanding how to use time & timing in support of the story is key.



Sound is key! Without quality sound, no-one can watch your video. The sound-mix builds the atmosphere in which your story unfolds.



In the visual arts, lighting and the artistic application of light is everything.



Every component in the shot, position of the camera is key. It's all part of the story your motion video is telling.



Use of Focus directs the eye. Blurry backgrounds help separate the foreground subject and add depth to the image.



Strong telephoto compresses the content drawing layers together eg make a mountain huge! Wide angle gives a sense of space.



Leveraging digital tools to develop the story within the motion video. This helps improve the feel and develop the artform.

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