Unless you can speak or read Korean, you won’t know what’s being said or displayed on screen. But nonetheless, you know exactly what has to be done. This was a video created by North Face’s Korean agency. Study the use of insert shots, close ups and cutaways to see how the video clearly communicates what needs to be done, despite the fact you may not understand the language.Read more "Communication without Words"
A list of lessons and tips for finding and hiring professional voice over talent that I’ve learned over the past few years.Read more "Finding Professional Voice Over Talent"
When creating a corporate video for a client, is it better to write a script, or go full-documentary interview style? You may be surprised at my answer.Read more "Scripted vs. Non-Scripted Corporate Videos"
Before you start pre-production on any video, you need to ask this vital question.Read more "Know Your Video’s Objective"
There may come a time in this business when a company or other organization will ask to license previously shot content from you. Here are some key tips on how to get the best value for your work.Read more "The Top 7 Tips for Licensing Your Video or Photo Content"
Sponsorships are a great strategy for getting that next big film project made. Here are 8 things to keep in mind when finding them.Read more "8 Tips on Finding Sponsors for Your Film Projects #9CamJam"