British filmmaker, Simon Cade looks at a few simple things that can mean the difference between mediocre visuals and great visuals.

 

Today we join Simon Cade from the DSLRguide, to look at a few simple ways of stepping up our work, be it photography or videography. Perhaps we are all a little guilty of shooting an image and moving on without really thinking about what we could have done to make it better. Often what separates mediocre visuals from great visuals, is something as small as tweaking the background, blocking out some light or fixing someone’s collar. “Learning to have high standards will improve the visuals way more than simply buying a new camera,” Simon says. Let’s take a look…

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