Tip Tuesday

Happy “Tip Tuesday” everyone (even though it might not be Tuesday)!

Here at Struck Down Entertainment, Tip Tuesday is a video series we film and then share online via our Facebook page. Its purpose – other than giving us an excuse to get behind the camera more – is to spotlight various filmmaking techniques, explain them, and then share examples of them with you, our audience!

Usually a bi-weekly series, our Tip Tuesday series has explored a wide range of topics, from jump cuts and the Super Bowl, to transitioning, over-the-shoulder shots, and much more.

We’ve provided all of the tips we’ve created so far below. Please feel free to leaves us your thoughts and insights in the comments section!


Tip Tuesday:

Jump Cuts

In Struck Down Entertainment‘s first Tip Tuesday video, we discuss three creative ways to use jump cuts to your advantage.


Super Bowl Spots

During our special Super Bowl tip, we share with you five things that can be added to any Super Bowl commercial to make it “great.”


Buzzfeed Article Titles

Before you write your next blog, newsletter, or podcast, you might want to check out our top 10 three-word phrases from Buzzfeed article titles with the most Facebook shares. Boy that’s a mouthful.


Oscars

Check out our Oscar-themed Tip Tuesday video (although yes, it aired on a Friday). In this video, we divulge our “super secret patented formula” for predicting what movie will win Best Picture (patent pending).


FPS

In this tip, we talk about frame rates, what they are, and what each one is commonly used for in the film world.


Kuleshov

Ever heard of the Kuleshov Effect? No? Then check out this tip, where we discuss it in detail and give some examples.


High Low

During this tip, we introduce the “mascot” of Queen City Escape: Yorik! We also point out the difference between high and low angle shots.


Transitions

If you’re ever in need of some news ways to transition from shot to shot, no worries, Struck Down Entertainment has got you covered! Just check out this tip.


OTO SRS

We cover over-the-shoulder and shot reverse shots on this tip, because both can create several different effects.


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