How Do You Get a Vision For a Promo?

You know the moment – a client calls, and asks if you can make a promo video for their company. You get the job, but now the question is how to develop a vision for the project. What lighting and … Read More

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What Spiritual Aspects of Filmmaking Are Important?

Filmmaking, like any aspect of our life, should never take over the first priority of our relationship with Christ. With building a business, working with clients, and learning a craft, how do we keep this as first and foremost and … Read More

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How Much Should I Charge a Client?

The goal as a promotional filmmaker is to make a living. But that involves the somewhat awkward and definitely scary decision of deciding how much to charge a client. This week, we look at this question and some factors to … Read More

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Renting Equipment to Broaden Your Services

Renting Equipment to Broaden Your Services Filmmaking can be an expensive endeavor. One way to broaden both experience and the services you offer is by renting equipment. But how can you know that you are renting equipment that will create … Read More

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Using the 3-Act Story Structure in Promo Films

Using the 3-Act Story Structure in Promo Films As filmmakers, we love story. And there’s nothing quite like the story in a feature film. The lows of Act 2, the highs of Act 3, and all the twists in between. … Read More

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Introducing…the Motion BLOG!

We are filmmakers. Creatives. Inventors, in a sense. We take pictures, sound, and music, and combine them to create story and emotion. In general, we are notoriously curious. When getting started in filmmaking, the questions can seem endless. Lights, cameras, … Read More

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