Pre-production is essential in the filmmaking process, because without proper planning, your production could run over time, the film could go over budget, or you could find yourself in the editing room with missing content. Some even say, “Production is pre-production.” Whether its storyboarding, location scouting, or budgeting, each of the steps below plays a crucial role in the success of your project.
Production is when the camera rolls. Our experience is that this is nearly always the most expensive phase of film production. Everything that happens in pre-production is to make the production stage go as smoothly and efficiently as possible to avoid wasted time and missed shots. Sticking to a production plan is crucial during the shoot if the project is to remain on time and on budget.
03. Post Production
The post-production stage, usually takes longer than the shooting of the film. Post production includes: editing, colour grading, motion graphics animations and the addition of music and sound. Editing is sometime called second directing, because in this stage it is possible to craft the intention of the film. Furthermore, through the use of color grading tools, motion grpahics and the addition of music and sound, the take home message of the film can be heavily influenced.
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