This is a great little tip from the @stillmotion team (Patrick Moreau in front of the camera). I haven't yet had the need for photos in my work, but for what they've done for their latest project which just premiered, this seems like a great solution.
And, it may just fit for one of your projects – or it may spark an idea for something you're working on.
It is also part of the “new” Kessler University – they've done a massive re-design on their site and it looks and feels amazing. You can check that out!
Adding Movement to Photography with Stillmotion
[ Via Kessler University ]
How do we shoot a photo in a way that adds to the story, has an emotional depth, and doesn’t stand out like a sore thumb?
If you enjoy this tutorial, you’ll also enjoy our Storytelling With Heart tour that Kessler is helping bring across the country. It’s three parts interactive workshop experience and one part in-the-field shooting. Join us as we share the approaches and ideas that help to bring a remarkable story to life. Then get out in the field and shoot with the Stillmotion team the following day while trying awesome Kessler gear, the Movi, and some awesome cameras. www.storytellingwithheart.com
(cover photo credit: snap from Kessler University)
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