Some videographers are branching out and offering their clients stills, products, or even other videos in addition to the videos that they’ve filmed.
Offering clients stills can be an easy way to make extra revenue. Usually, these images are sold to the client at a reduced rate.
Shoot products for your clients is another way to get them something more than just a video of their product. This is often used when shooting promotional material for ecommerce businesses or catalogs for clothing retailers.
An additional source of revenue is selling other videos that you’ve shot, for example for weddings or conferences. Clients will often buy these because they don’t want to do the editing themselves or they can’t afford to hire someone else to do it for them.
The role of video has evolved to not just be a passive medium. As the popularity of YouTube and other online platforms like Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram have grown, video can now inform audiences on important issues or create a connection with viewers.
Video makes it easier to communicate complex messages because it’s visual. However, there are many factors that go into making a good video. To help you get more than just a video out of your shoot, here are some things to consider:
Every video shoot has different requirements. For instance, some shoots are just whatever the camera happens to capture, while others require special instructions or equipment.
There are many ways that you can get more than just a video out of your shoot. To get the most out of your production you should put in time and effort to plan your shoot so that it is as successful as possible. Here are some tips on what you should consider when planning for a video shoot:
-What is the purpose of the video? -Who will be viewing it? -How long will the video be? -How much footage do you need for this project? -What kind of equipment will you need?
These questions will help determine how to best plan your project to get the results that you want.