B-roll can break or make a movie. If done right it can add to the story, keep the interest of the viewer for longer and add production value. If done wrong though it can quickly tire the viewer and someone who is inexperienced can overuse it, with bad results.
So how can you shoot, edit and add b-roll in a way that will add value; What gear and setting you should use for the best results An most importantly, how do you plan a shoot?
For answers to all above and even more tips tricks and behind the scenes goodies watch the brand new video from Peter Lindgren. In the video you get to see how this cinematic clip was made, what technical and artistic choices were made and why.
Enjoy the video!