June 23, 2018
Learn how to use camera work and shot transitions to make a creative, high-energy music video.
Music videos are a filmmaker’s best friend— or at least they should be. They typically require less time and money to make and, most importantly, give us a chance to experiment with ideas and explore our creativity. If you’ve got an interesting vision for your next music video project but aren’t quite sure how to give it the look you want cinematically, this video from Cinecom might be helpful to you. In it, Jordy Vandeput goes over a handful of creative camera movements and shot transitions that are simple to pull of and can be done with nothing more than an inexpensive tripod and slider. (No need for any spendy robots.)