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Ideally, before you shoot, you'll take the time to do a location scout. Now, maybe it's a place you visit often. But, even still, be sure to head out and walk around. There's lots of things to think about as you're walking around the venue that you plan to shoot with GoPro. You want to look for safe places to store your equipment, as well as how you're going to get power. You want to make sure you think through all the shots. And, are you going to need an extra set of hands to pull things off? We've got a pretty big crew here today because we're not only shooting the sports, but we're also going to be shooting the behind the scenes.
So make sure you've got places for people to park. I highly recommend you take the time to just walk around with a fresh set of eyes, bring a camera with you just to take some still photos as well, maybe your internet device like your smartphone, and just get familiar with the lay of the land. You really just want to think things all the way through, so when you get there on site, you don't have any surprises. So, we already did that, and I'm excited to go ahead and jump in and start shooting. But we've got a couple things to run through first just so we can go ahead and really pull this shoot off.
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