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4 Fast & Easy Kpop Transitions from Stray Kids
Kpop is everywhere
Kpop is becoming more and more popular. Almost every week you can see at least one new Music Video hitting the trending chart with millions of views in just a few hours. We love to watch these videos since they are always refreshing and well produced. And It’s seems like you guys do to! We already made multiple videos going from Kpop Transitions , Camera Tricks to Visual effects. And today is no different!
Why does it look so good?
We can’t argue Kpop Music Videos always look amazing. It sometimes feels like they have this standerd which they all have to hit otherwise they cant publish it. Kpop Music Videos have a distinct style if you compare it to Western Music Videos. So let’s check out the 3 biggest differences.
It’s no surprise they love some good set design. All the sets are always very well done and looks amazing. Next to this they also choose to have a ton of different locations/sets to film at. In the Western industries its an average of 4 locations, except for some Music Videos of course. This difference gives it already a whole different feeling.
Because of the amount you as a viewer have less time to observe the location. So after a while this comes back you continue taking it in and wont get familiar fast.
Here they love to use a big crane movements. If you compare different Kpop Music Videos you can see that they almost use the same ones every single time. They love to use big tilting movements and to always shoot as dynamic as possible.
In Kpop Music Videos they always use transitions, even when you don’t realize it they do. I know it sounds weird but let me explain! If you watch one of these videos pay close attention to when they cut. They always cut in the dance moves so it looks like the talents change locations but always are dancing in one go.
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