The technical objectives (the how)


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The technical objectives (the how)

I really see three major reasons to do the site survey. The first is to achieve the technical objectives of what's going to be necessary to pull off the shoot. Here are some practical things to think about when you go on location. The first thing here is I like to say, how am I going to do the shoot? When I go on a site survey or a location scout, I'm simply saying, what's necessary to pull the shoot off? This means is there any gear that I need? I start to make a gear list, and generally speaking, I go out with a standard list that I normally shoot with.

Instead of starting from scratch, I find that it's easier to remove items from the list and then pencil in the few additions that are necessary. Chances are you have a list of gear that you own; use that as a starting point. You don't need to have every doodad and whistle up there, but you do want to include the major components. Are you going to bring a slider to get moving shots? How many light stands do you think you...

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The technical objectives (the how) provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Richard Harrington as part of the Effective Site Surveys for Video and Photo Projects

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