Project Ideas for Videographer Newbies, Part 2
Continuation, 10 great video project ideas for Videographer Newbies
6. Music Videos
Music videos are a good start to practice and produce videos. Making a story out of music is cool once you get the hang of it. If you love great music, you will even love producing videos out of them. Give them the story of the song; create the scenes and set-up those cameos for your actors/cast.
This is a good way to test your skills in producing videos. You can even be credited for the whole clip for such doing a good job. Music videos needs a lot of creativity, it needs attention to details and a good understanding of the music itself. If you want to produce music videos better start taking film courses and classes.
7. Outdoor Videos Visit a place that is unfamiliar to you; create a scenario out of it. Be creative and let the inner you take form through that video. Observe things that are awesome, for example. I once made a film about a snail for a video project. I know snails are boring, but what if you put some music and some scenarios the life of a snail isn’t that simple you know. It crosses an open path longer than its body, and do you ever wonder what snails eat? That’s for you to know.
Explore the beautiful nature and the way it changes; be keen to your surroundings. Making videos outdoors are good motivators to induce your audiences on going outside. Have fun creating the things that are unseen to others. Let them see the beautiful environments of having a walk in the park, going picnics, and having lunch with families outside. Go give them the wake up call to be outside and have fun.
8. Tutorial Videos Are you good at fixing things? Well, that can be a good way to produce videos. Fixing things is a unique talent, as well as creating something from trash is really worth anything. Video is an art, so why not create an art of fixing or creating items. It could be anything; fixing a phone, a stereo, a dvd-player etc.
If you’re asking why it’s necessary to film these things, the answer is, it’s kind of pretty boring to watch a hand and a speaker talking in a video. Want a great tip? Fix the item with style, create a stop motion film of how you fixed/created it. Make them move, this is a good approach why? All you see in the film are tools moving, the moving parts of the contraption, you can emphasize the whole thing without explaining it, and just add good music to it that suits the video.
9. Sports Filmmaking Among the popular creating and producing films are sports footages. A sport is entertaining itself, you need little edits and it opens you a whole point of view watching it. Be the first to create a new sport, maybe you could capture an audience and they you give you credit by creating it.
10. Inspirational Videos One of the unique talents a videographer can have is the act of roleplaying. Roleplaying is not easy; it requires a lot of experience on a certain field. Capturing a certain scenario of storytelling can be a great experience; it can benefit both parties and audience. Inspirational videos require no genre, for it tells the direct story itself.Having created and interviewed a video about a fire survivor is an epic tale of self-preservation. Reenact the situation, give the audience a thrill and let them be inspired through that act. Beholding it not only dwells in the mind, but also through the heart, the feelings it gives to the audience when they watch it makes them feel happy and can also act like in the form of their will.
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