With more and more clients looking for video products, more and more photographers are dabbling with motion work … and some are doing more than just dabbling. But what are creatives really looking for – great photographers who might make a nice transition to video, or up-and-coming videographers who already know motion? In this special Creative Collision video, insiders answer:
- What do clients prize more – established connections with known photographers or a videographer’s specialized expertise?
- How can established still-image artists convince clients they can master video productions?
- What’s best for individual artists – sticking with what they know or expanding their professional horizons?
Participants include Aurica Green of Aurica Green Branding, Amy Elkin and Sissy Estes of The Martin Agency, photographer Nick Onken, Alyssa Adams of TV Guide Magazine and Jed Root of Jed Root, Inc.
About Creative Collision
Creative Collision is an Agency Access produced video series that exposes artists to top industry experts, first-hand. This series answers artist questions sent to us by photographers and illustrators like you. The Creative Collision team of leading industry consultants, Jennifer Kilberg, Suzanne Sease, and Amanda Sosa Stone, interviewed top reps, art producers, art directors, creative directors and artists to get the answers to your burning questions.
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