I produced this video as part of a social media campaign to boost visits to their page and ultimately the restaurant. I have wanted to shoot a pizza video for a long time so I am really please with how it came out. It also gave me an opportunity to experiment with the probe lens which makes those toppings look enormous!
As per my last post, if I get to sample what I’m filming then so be it!
Another two weeks has passed in the UK lockdown. With no work, I keep honing my skills ready for when we reach some sort of normality. This video is a classic style ad where I have focussed on what lighting techniques work for a product. If shooting wine means I can drink it afterwards, then so be it.
In these strange times, a new normal and no filming work, I have been stressed about my career in the coming months and years. I finally felt I had to get the camera out and actually DO something.
Moving from filming events to products is something that I have been thinking about for a while and never actually tried. So here is my attempt – using tips and tricks from the amazing @daniel.schiffer – a quick copycat of a cereal video to test what really can be achieved at my home. Now just to think of something myself oh and thanks @squelch92 for some quality cereal pouring.
DM me if you have a product that needs a video to promote it for your online sales
This video is now live on the Marriott Bournemouth’s Facebook page and wedding website. This project required me to film the exterior of the hotel with my drone as well as shooting the interior of the hotel and conducting interviews with the staff to create this teaser video which shows the hotel off for its ability to host weddings.