Getting ready to shoot a travel film? Then you’ll want to hear what this travel photographer has to say before you go.
Traveling to new areas of the world is an incredible experience, especially if you’re doing so to make a film, but that experience can sour quickly if you’re unprepared. Whether you’re capturing the ruins of the Greco-Roman city of Ephesus or flying out to Mongolia to document the Kazakh eagle hunters, you’ll want to make sure that you’re able to set yourself up for success during your shoot and come away with footage that effectively tells your story.
This is something travel photographer Mitchell Kanashkevich knows all too well and he has some sage advice for you that you likely haven’t heard before. Check out the video below to learn more.
Even though Kanashkevich’s advice is geared toward photography, it definitely applies to cinematography and filmmaking in general, as well.
Source: No Film School