Amateur video footage of current events can also often fetch a high price on the market – scenes shot inside the World Trade Center during the September 11, 2001 attacks were reportedly sold for US,000.
Your movie can only be as good as the video you build it with. There are so many video camera options available – it’s easy to become overwhelmed by the choices. Maybe you are a photographer who is looking to start shooting video as well, and you have no idea how to choose a video camera?Sometimes film projects will also sell or trade footage, usually second unit material not used in the final cut.For example, the end of the non-director's cut version of Blade Runner used landscape views that were originally shot for The Shining before the script was modified after shooting had finished.I can also offer some tips for getting the job done effectively. More is Better than Less There’s one thing to keep in mind here: you’ll likely need at least ten times more video footage than you’ll include in your final movie.