Learn to Hook Your Audience With Enticing First Frames

By Logan Baker

Your film or video project’s first shot is incredibly important. Whether you’re establishing a time and place or unveiling a mystery, a compelling first frame is vital.

Top image: A Clockwork Orange via Warner Bros.

It’s vital that you make your video or film’s first frame as enticing as possible. Doing so will set the tone and allow you to immediately begin telling your story. A unique beginning will stick with your audience long after they finish watching your work.

Let’s take a look at some examples of interesting first shots, explore why they’re interesting, and learn how you can apply the same techniques to your next video or film here…

Hook Your Audience With the First Shot: Jauja

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