Objects that do not fit are a distraction. It is the job of the photographer to send a preparation list to the client before the shoot.
In videography, every shot is a sentence. Every shot is a line. Every shot must add to the video's narrative direction. Any shot that does not add takes the viewer away from the video's message.
This is true for any company with a product that they are selling. How a company shoots their products impacts how customers perceive the product.
The Panasonic GH5S is real. And here are the details. Panasonic released a video 10 minutes before their conference at CES 2018, the International Consumer Electronics Show. The video shows off the new 10.2MP Digital Live MOS Sensor GH5S camera. Here are the key takeaways: New 10.2MP Digital Live MOS Sensor A maximum ISO of … Continue reading So this is the Panasonic GH5S
The more social media we see, the less we notice it. We have labeled it. We have put it all into patterns. Successful video ads break those patterns. They interrupt the filing process going on in our heads.
Ask on any photo-centric forum, Facebook group, or Flickr page what they think of verticals. Ask Scott Hargis, Rich Baum, Nathan Cool for their thoughts on verticals. The resounding answer is the same: line up your shots. There are no excuses.
I learned a lot on my first freelance job. Through mistakes and repetition, the list below highlights 25 things that I needed to remember when setting up for this first job.