Introduction to Location Shoot
So now it's actually, um, we're going to do the executing of the shoot. Um, so let's go into the introduction. So what happened? We did, was we, um We went to this agency nonfiction, and it was shot in San Francisco. And it this is basically going to show you how we went into the agency and how I shot everything. And you'll see a lot of the gear that was used and how I used it. And in real life, you actually get to see it in action. All right, however, once yellow here. So today we're going to do some mobile filmmaking. Right now, we're in San Francisco, a design agency called Nonfiction, and we're going to capture their brand and create a promotional video for them. So today, what I'm going to go over is what gear I use in order to capture my shots. And then we'll go over the actual techniques that I use because it does change up depending on the situation. And then I'm going to go over how to set up. How do you set up for an interview? How do you capture bureau? And then I'll talk ab...
out how do you get those creative shots, what kinds of shots can you get? That invokes that kind of emotion? And what can you do with a different speed of your footage so that you get even more creative with your footage? So first things first we're going to do is walk around the location to take a look at what we can capture from what vantage point can we shoot from and what things could be close up on to really add some visual interests to the story.