Have you started to dabble into creating videos simultaneously with your photoshoots? Having the capability and provide your clients with the option to include a slow motion boudoir video along with their photos could help set you apart from the rest. So, where do you begin?
In this video, boudoir photographer Michael Sasser highlights some of his most crucial tips to help you begin your journey into creating videos along with your photos in boudoir sessions. One tip breaks down into several which covers different ways to reduce shaky camera footage without gimbals and other camera equipment, all while shooting freehand. I would say two big factors can make or break your videos, which would be shaky footage and audio, which are both covered in this video. Sasser even shares a peek into his list of saved songs that he has selected for use in boudoir videos.
Throughout the video, Sasser shares other tips and advice on how he creates his videos beyond the two I discussed. To end the video, there's a fairly quick rundown on how he puts it all together with the music for the final video in Final Cut.
After watching this video, you should feel more comfortable to start creating your own short slow motion boudoir videos. Which tip do you think was the most useful or most crucial? If you are already creating your own videos, what are some additional tips you could share?