When shooting videos, be organized and well prepared. If you turn up disorganized in shooting videos, the final product will be sloppy and unprofessional. When organized, you will be able to direct your actors and what you produce will be excellent. On the day you want to film, do not waste time thinking which line will be next. Come organized to avoid wastage of time. Below tips will help you be organized.
Your video project must be creative and original. Avoid copying someone’s idea by taking an easy route. In every industry, there are video contents that are successful and popular. Determine the contents that are powerful in your industry. Conducting a keyboard and personal research will help you in becoming unique. It will also help in distinguishing you from other video production shooters.
Planning it out
When filming, drawing out a storyboard, creating a shot list and writing a script is important. For you to have extra footage time when editing, planning your b-roll shots is important. Writing a video script is very different from writing a blog post. Tips used in writing a video script are different from those of a blog post.
Carefully considering the set
Fooling audience with set dressing is very bad and using one office for different productions. The audience is usually very keen in every situation. Apart from an office, you can shoot your video in other locations. Ensure your videos are not too busy and are interesting textured backdrops. If you shoot a video and you realize there are mistakes, be keen on the next production. If you continue this way in every production, you will end up being excellent.
Being selective in choosing of video subjects
When starting a project, having actors with high standards is essential. Looking for people who can memorize lines and who are not stiff in the presence of a front camera will assist you greatly. Picking someone who can naturally deliver language will assure you of a successful project. Planning time for run-throughs will ensure there are no giggles and mispronunciations in your work.
Being observant with sound quality
Amateurs with poor sounds produce low-quality sounds. Such sounds are not appealing to peoples ears. Using hand free microphones such as lavaliere and lapel is great. This will help you in bigger shots by use of boom setups or microphones. They are particularly used in sit-down interviews. When using a Smartphone to film a video, you can look for microphones fitting into the headphones phone. This will help you in improving your sound easily and quickly.…