A music video can be absolutely anything; as its relatively short history has taught us. It can follow a story, be an art based series of pretty images, a recording of a performance tailored to the song/artist.
It starts with one of two sentences: “I want a music video” or “I want to make a music video”. They sound similar but the approaches are significantly different.
At Epik Music Videos we enjoy making all different kinds of music videos – whatever our client wants, we want to get it made, because, variety is the spice of life. One of the more unexpected requirements was for a devotional video dedicated to a particular Guru.
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A few weeks back at EPiK, we filmed a music video for the British band Dollface. If I were to describe the filming process of a music video, I would say it is highly technical and complex.
“That deep emotional conviction of the presence of a superior reasoning power, which is revealed in the incomprehensible universe, forms my idea of God” – Albert Einstein.
There are hundreds of music videos that can be considered “game changers” so naturally I had an easy job whittling down to three, and even then there are different areas of focus: landmark videos, visual masterpieces, most innovative the list goes on.
The word treatment bounces around the creative industry quite a lot although the name does not give a clear idea of what it actually is.
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