This article will give you an overview of how to get the best out of your talking head shoot and look at some key things to think about when choosing your presenter, preparing your script, what actions to include to make…
Well done on following your heart. Getting into Film and TV can be very challenging but it constantly motivates you to learn more, be more invloved, take a few risks and gets you out of the 9-5 head state.
The talking head to camera on greenscreen is one of the most common types of shoots in our soundproof studio 2 Also known as a ‘piece-to-camera’ these shoots should be one of the easiest filming days you can get in a studio.
Young Film maker Alice Carter has put together some key advice about entering into making a debut feature film. This blog will focus on the tricky task of getting funding and why a lot of young film makers have trouble in getting past the very first stage.
In this series of production guides we invite some of our regular crew members to impart their wisdom on their areas of expertise. In this edition Astrid Schulz tells us how over looking costume design in Films and TV can have a large impact.
What’s the difference between green screen vs a blue screen apart from the obvious answer of course. There are many good answers to that and reasons why you would need to use green over blue.