This is another simple technique that can produce powerful, dazzling business videos. We’ve all seen nighttime city traffic time lapses which, while they are always fun to watch, have almost become a cliche. But time lapses are not just eye candy. Look at this short Instagram video for Ben & Jerry’s ice cream.
Could you use this technique to promote a client’s business? Can you think of other products you could thaw in time lapse? If you wanted to show how waterproof and cold-proof a device is, this could be a good way to do it in a very short video. There are so many ways to use time lapse in business videos. For more information see “How To Use Time Lapse Scenes in Business Videos”
The new DJI Phantom 4 claims to have a crash avoidance system. And for $1400 you would think it should. Well, some crazy guys over at TechSmartt needed to test that claim. Can they crash this drone? Fortunately they made a video to document their attempts. And besides their attempts to crash this drone, the […]Read More
The SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket launch at Vandenberg Air Force Base in California on May 22, 2018 started a bursh fire which melted this Canon 5DS camera. The blast of the actual rocket launch was a quarter mile away. The blast did not melt the camera, but the brush fire did. Bill Ingalls, a veteran […]Read More
Looking for a great topic for your next video? Make a parody of a well-known film. The example above may get your creative juices flowing, but it will only be meaningful if you’ve seen Birdman which just won the Oscar for Best Picture on Sunday night. Below is the full length trailer. The film is […]Read More