What happens when you only have a tiny bit of money, but need to make a project look big? We’ve got 5 tips guaranteed to add production value, make you stand out from the crowd, and stretch those dollars to the max.
A lot of good info for you this week.
- We answer a question from Brian Brushwood about how to promote your TV shows without ticking off the network.
- Our show Ghost Inside My Child is moving to a new network, we’ll tell you how to find it.
- You’ll learn the 5 step philosophy we use to make small shows feel bigger. Steal many of these ideas whether you’re doing a documentary, short film, web series, or even an epic home movie.
Press the giant red “Play” button above to learn our secrets…and even hear a little juicy gossip about how Joke and Biagio first met.
Helpful and Related Links
Greatest free resource ever created on shooting with DSLR’s: The DSLR Cinematography Guide
One of the commercials we produced and directed guerrilla style to promote the iPhone app mentioned in the podcast:
Full post and commercials for the iPhone app we designed and programmed to help promote our VH1 show Scream Queens.
Example of camera mapping a photo to 3d geometry:
Longer post with some other examples of Camera Mapping.
Transcript coming soon!
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