How To Avoid Cheesy Reenactments When You Missed The Moment
The 7 Types of Stories You Need To Know (With Videos!)
Whether you simply missed the shot, or you're creating a film that has a series of moments that have already happened, it's a frequent place for the filmmaker to find themselves in.
Here are four clever ways you can cover those moments that you've missed. All the while avoiding the cheesy re-enactment.
5 Mistakes That Are Fatal to Your Storytelling
Knowing these 7 types of stories is a powerful way to leverage the right story, at the right time, and seriously improve your communication skills.
One Simple Technique to Cut Your Revision Requests in Half
Over the years, I've been fortunate enough to conduct workshops in countries across the world. Regardless of where I find myself, there is one thing that they all have in common.
As soon as the workshop is done for the day, there's at least a handful of people who have a clip pulled up on their phone or laptop and are hoping to get some 1-on-1 feedback.
Making time is the easy part. The challenge is finding a new way to say the same thing over and over again. You quickly start to notice that there is a pattern in the feedback. I've long wanted to put together a list of the most common mistake we've seen from filmmakers across the globe (and we've certainly made all of these many times over as well).
Here are the top 5 mistakes we've seen from filmmakers worldwide.
Why Most Wedding Films Suck
Having too many revisions, or losing a project like I did, stings real bad.
You feel like you could and should have done better. Like you missed something. You feel completely gutted going into your next project.
And of course, the more time we spend on revisions, the lower our profit margin becomes.
I’d love to help you avoid having to go back there ever again.
In fact, I’d love to help you cut your revision requests in half starting today.
We’ve Reached Peak Drone. Let’s Get Back to Focusing on Story
What a wild paradox we have on our hands. A collection of gorgeous pixels that come together to say very little.
Now I used to be a wedding filmmaker back in the day. In fact, it’s how I cut my teeth in this whole filmmaking biz. With a background in psychology, my interest was less in the wedding and more with the people.
AND SO TODAY I’D LOVE TO TAKE A MOMENT AND SHARE MY PERSPECTIVE ON WHERE WE’VE GONE SO DRASTICALLY WRONG WITH WEDDING VIDEOS.
7 Filmmaking Tools to Be a More Efficient & Profitable Storyteller
Before you rush out and ask Santa for an upgrade to your current drone, or to bring you your very first one, it'd be wise to take a step back and look at how drones have impacted the video production world of late. Regardless of whether you're a business owner, independent filmmaker, or hobbyist, the surge in drone usage is having an effect, and it's not entirely positive.
Okay, let’s roll. Here are 7 platforms for being a more efficient and profitable storyteller.