In an earlier video, you learn about location logistics. In this video, learn about about considerations for actually working in different types of locations, such as a studio, a corporation, a private home, or an outdoor space.
- Earlier we talked about location logistics.…Now, let's talk about considerations…for actually working in different types of locations,…such as a studio, a corporation, a private home,…or an outdoor location.…Your crew represents you.…How you and your crew act, no matter where the location is…reflect back on you and your reputation.…Look this business is driven…by word of mouth recommendation.…So keep your crew professional and respectful,…both to each other and during interactions…with those outside the crew,…and make sure they don't create any unnecessary noise…or damage to the location.…
Working in a studio gives you complete flexibility…in how you operate and run your day.…It's a purpose built base for video and film production…and while you're paying for it,…you own absolute control over who has access to this space…and how things are setup.…Now that doesn't mean you go crazy…and do whatever you want and be as loud as you want,…but it does mean you have the most flexibility.…Working in a corporate environment,…
Walter Biscardi takes you on set and shows you how production decisions unfold in real time, whether you're scripting, scheduling, directing crew members, or providing feedback to post. Follow along and explore the responsibilities of a producer in all stages, including pre-production (planning), production (running a set), and post-production (editing and delivery). By the end, you'll have a better understanding of skills and techniques it takes to run a smooth and successful video production.
- Scripting and storyboarding
- Running a set
- Paying your crew
- Working with post
- Providing constructive feedback