9 Jul | Dan Duvall
 
Casual can make a lightning quick, cost-effective film for your company or client, using just stills. This can be particularly useful at the minute as it's a bit harder than it used to be to get crews out shooting than it was pre-covid. Here, New York, Editor Dan shares how you can make effective video easily using still images.
 
The trick to making your videos really eye catching is in adding a little editor wizardry. This makes the film feel polished and helps to deliver your message effectively. In this video, our editor Dan shows us a couple of simple techniques. Photographs or stock imagery are all that’s needed, you can leave the rest to a pro like Dan.
 
Once complete, we can also resize your film so it’s the best format for the channel. One size does not fit all – not for social! – click here to learn more.

Topics: Production process, How-to, Postproduction

      Popular Posts

      Brain power

      Why is video content marketing such a...

      Mitie Behind the Scenes

      The Five Phases of Corporate Video...

      Recent Posts

      Oxfam Awesome Brand Videos

      Five Awesome Marketing Video Examples...

      Marketing video production: 10 Reasons...

      Related posts

      5 Tips On How To Make A Marketing Video...

      Going Remote with Bloomberg in a...

      The lasting effects: video production...

      John and Kendall Antonelli, filmed remotely for GoDaddy

      Remote Filming + COVID-19 Safe Sets

      How Much Does Film Production Cost?

      New Fire Website Strap 3