When it comes to shooting video—whether for a documentary, news, feature film, or television purposes—it is always prudent to shoot extra footage, which you can use in a number of ways. Incorporating B-roll video footage can take your video from amateur to professional with just a few extra scenes and transitions.
What Is B-Roll?
In video production, B-roll footage is the secondary video footage shot outside of the primary (or A-roll) footage. It is often spliced together with the main footage to bolster the story, create dramatic tension, or further illustrate a point.
B-ROLL video is an ultra-modern direction of short and colorful videos that has successfully captured the whole world and finally reached Kharkov!
The world has been taken over by ads! On the streets, on TVs, on the radio, on the Internet… Everywhere they try to sell us this or that product or service. It has become so familiar that our vision and hearing have become selective. We simply ignore it. On the other hand, there are videos imbued with beauty and an extraordinary approach. You don’t just want to watch them to the end, but also send them to others.