What’s good for you?
Basically everyone prefers to be a photographer, even though videos captures number of frames and special moments. What defines these 2 areas?
Is where a much more specific moment is captured on your lens but describes many events through one picture. Less time consumed but many details to be noticed.
Well there is a huge difference with newbie photographers and pro’s who is entirely focused onto photography as his or her career.
They will consider all the rules, shutter speeds, light controls, flash controls, many manual settings, etc. Yes, been a photographer means you would have to learn a lot. Very interesting topic. But yet its once again if you consider to be a newbie or a general photographer; that’s just gonna be another snap for you.
Large amount of frames, different detailing, more timing, more amount of contents and even voices to be recorded, just in case. Well people would ask what is to be a big difference. A photographer could do the same. Just press the “RECORD” button, that’s it.
Trust me, tell that to a videographer, you will always be able to see with one eye, because the next eye will be black.
so the theories behind been a videographer is not easy as you think. Its actually making a total movie, even though its not a action or romantic film, a videographer is a videographer, as his or her clarity on the work should be perfected. The most important fact is to create the good beginning and plan out a super ending. You miss these 2 portions, the viewers will hit the crap out of you or have a good nap.
But the hidden story of a videographer is not ending with 2 portions. Its above that, the middle portion which is processing part of the video. After the start and before the end, its a whole lot of things taking place, so planning accordingly about subject positioning, environmental positions of lights/ornaments/ furniture,etc. could be very useful areas for eye catching view.
Their techniques on pre and post process of the video is phenomenal and that is why we would watch good movies without skipping unless its songs and murder scenes. But yet you are correct there is a director or a producer helping the videographer, and once again highlighting A VIDEOGRAPHER is a Videographer.
who wins the battle of VS by VS ?
Both as equally they have to put their commitment and skills into practice. Its really not 100% wins the hardware they use, but the skills and creativity they develop with their years of experience.
But to highlight another point, Yeah there is a little bit more extra skill where a photographer has to put as they capture one moment, that they can never assure would get a chance again to capture the same.