I came across this website Camerabag.tv while checking out CC Chapmans blog. Where this Camerabag.tv is a photographers dream site I really loved how each video was shot. The story each tells of how they got into taking pictures, the history, and the creativity each has. It made me think how we produce our work at Grass Shack. Obviously, this was a labor of love for the Camerabag team.
“To celebrate Image-Makers and to highlight the beauty and style of the camera. To raise the profile of emerging photographers, while also providing an intimate glimpse of the work spaces and trade tools of the masters.”
That tag line is a great template to use for any corporate video you shoot. In fact any personal video you might shoot.
The last few video projects Grass Shack Events & Media has done we have really tried to tell a good engaging story. Watching how these Camerabag.tv videos are produced is inspirational not to take pictures but make awesome video stories.
Take a look at this site – watch a few videos and tell me which you liked the best and why. Each photographer is so different but also similar.
Mine was the Frank Ockenfels module. I love the black & white feel of the rooms he was shot in, the background bed of music also adds a nice touch. I love that it is an interview but the interviewee is the only one talking…… voice over and in a interview style. Brilliant work.
- Camerabag.TV is Dangerously Awesome (cc-chapman.com)
- Scott Pommier | Photographer & Friend Featured on Camerabag.tv (theselvedgeyard.wordpress.com)