Moodboards for Photographers

Collaboration is crucial in photography. You'll find yourself working with others, so having a mutual creative vision determines the success of the project. To get everyone on board, photographers create moodboards. Moodboards are collection of images or videos to help define the creative vision. Why create a Moodboard? "Pictures are worth a thousand words". Sharing images or videos can transfer ideas that words and audio cannot. People interrupt language differently and can lead to vague ideas. What should your Moodboard look like? Your moodboard's main goal should inspire your team. They should represent the brand qualities or desired aesthetic. Start collecting different images online, and use our chrome extension to pull references easily by hovering your mouse over an image. Where to get ideas from? You can add any asset into Filmboard. Photographers often pull from their hard drive, Unsplash, Pexels, Youtube, or even screenshots from the web. Using our integrated stock software allows you to browse content directly in the platform. Overall, when working with a client, creating a moodboard is a process that requires a lot of back and forth collaboration. Thankfully, our commenting features smoothen this process and allows you to focus on bringing new ideas.

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Places to Source Your Mood Board Ideas

When deciding to create a mood board, inspiration can come from a number of different places. Sometimes when that inspiration strikes you're not in the best place to pull up your mood board to create. That's why it's important to have a source of places where you can gather ideas.

Interior Design Mood Board Process

Interior design moodboards are a great way to collect inspiration, explore ideas and set the tone for an interior design project. Drag in product shots, on-site photography, fabric samples or textures of any kind into your free form canvas and arrange them neatly so you can use this as a reference point quickly during projects.

Moodboards for Photographers

Creating a solid routine is the recipe for a successful shoot. Make sure you do these items starting from discussing with your client.

What is a Film Moodboard?

Your film mood board is your way of collecting different types of creative information. This helps you prepare for any new projects. It is the transition from your initial thoughts and the first draft of your new project. A film mood board will enable your clients to see your designs and direction. This way, they know what direction you want the project to move in. After all, you want to be a baseline for the design work you’ll be doing, which can take countless hours of your time.