I find myself getting stumped on video due to lack of experience. With photography, it's a lot easier b/c each photo stands alone. A video piece, on the other hand, will weave together lots of scenes. So you sort of have to have this mental image of how you're going to weave a bunch of 4 second shots together. But w/o already having experience weaving scenes together, it feels a bit daunting. Sometimes I just don't know where to start. I don't have a story or a mood already thought out to guide me in the scenes I should film. Do people have cheat sheets or checklists from video class with a template of shots or techniques to use? Or do people just try to imitate videos they've seen? Or people just do lots of random stuff and then just create something in post? How do you train yourself to have the creative vision for a project in advance that then determines how to film your scenes? I'm really not concerned with the technical side of video, my question is more on the creative side. How do you envision your "plot" or story that unfolds on a typical vimeo video accompanied with a nice soundtrack?