MillerBros wrote:Actually it is going to be a high budget production when we finish it and look back on it
Erm... that really doesn't make any sense. If your initial funds/budget is low, then it's a low budget
film. To be a high budget production would mean that you have superior film equipment (cameras, lighting equipment, greenscreen [if needed], audio equipment, etc.) and have enough money left over to put towards promotion/advertising.
MillerBros wrote:It really doesn't take that much money to achieve an impressive shot, so long as you have great programs (like visionlab ) and a creative mind
I must beg to differ. If all you have is a mediocre Sony Handycam, programs such as VisionLab Studio can only do so much; if you have an unbelievably ugly shot, VisionLab, while it can give it some color grading and whatnot, will not be able to turn your grainy footage into Hollywood-grade appearance.
Unless you have actual footage of something, it is impossible to have said "impressive shot".
MillerBros wrote:I can make (or try to make) a massive army with Special Effects Software.
The Fxhome product line isn't meant for mass produced extras or, as you put it, massive armies. If you want a massive army, please take a look over here...http://www.massivesoftware.com/
Please make note that EffectsLab, CompositeLab, and/or VisionLab Studio aim mostly towards low-budget filmmakers who seek visual effects
Also, please don't take this post as an insult to you, as I never intended for it to be that way.