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7 Tips on Shooting a Great Corporate Video

Film Career

There are a lot of views on rights and wrongs of visual side of corporate videos. In reality it is the best of what you’ve managed to shoot. That’s all.

Something that I have discovered when shooting corporates is this. In order for the video to work: let the location call the shots.

Here are the tips as to how that could be done.

Tip 1:  Interview

Yes, it is a white room in an office full of stationary clutter but try to be creative about it. Ask yourself the following questions:

  •     Can the background be relative to what the interviewee is saying?
  •     If content allows, can there be something interesting like an exotic plant, a sculpture or a poster/painting?
  •    Can you put more branding in the shot? (If its a corporate, having branding as part of the scene will look good)
  •      If there is…

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Posted on March 24, 2013, in Filmmaking Tips & Advice and tagged , . Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

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