When producing a promo you need a concept in place before you even think about production or preproduction. And before you can come up with that concept you need to sit down with your subject and discover who the target audience is, what needs to be conveyed to them and why the action they want them to take.
Always wanted to create animation but don’t have a 3D studio with a motion capture stage? If you have a room with an HTC Vive VR setup now you do. Spuds show’s off the Steam game Mindshow that’s designed to be a virtual 3D studio. He talks about our past as machinima pioneers the ILL Clan 20 years ago, shows how easy it is to create animation in virtual reality with Mindshow and talks to another version of himself. The man loves to composite, what can I say.
Guerrilla filmmaking means working with what you have to the best of your ability and in the area of lighting, nothing is better than using that great illuminator in the sky the sun. It shines without charge and is tax-free. Let’s talk about ways to leverage it for your interior lighting and how to augment it affordably.
Frank shows you how to light with window daylight, adding a bounce card, daylight balanced fill light and adding an edge light. He also covers how to ensure you buy the right lamps and bulbs to work with natural daylight.
Today we are going to talk about basic yet important makeup tips that will improve your filmmaking projects.
Today way have an awesome guest, Jocelyn Barrios, to talk about on set makeup.
For a lot of filmmakers, I’m going to bet due to limited resources, you probably ask your female actors to handle their own makeup, and for the men, well, they’re fine. Men don’t wear makeup anyway.