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Previsualization (also known as previz or previs) can be any technique that attempts to visualize scenes in a movie before filming begins. The term is applied to techniques such as storyboarding, either by hand-drawn sketches or the use of digital technology, in planning and conceptualizing of movie scenes and sequences.
The advantage of previsualization is that it allows directors to experiment with different staging and art direction options – such as lighting, camera placement and movement, stage direction and editing - without having to incur the costs of actual production. Previsualizations can include music, sound effects and dialogue to closely emulate the look of fully produced and edited sequences, and are usually employed for complex or difficult scenes that involve stunts and special effects.
We offer complete previz support and aim to work from project conception through to delivery to enable you to find the most creative solutions to suit your project needs and budget.
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