Looking to produce more videos in-house? We’ve got some tips to help you setup an in-house DIY video production studio for your business.
If you ask several video production companies how much a video costs, you’re likely to get several different and conflicting answers. While it’s true that every video can be a little different, there are some key factors that tend to affect cost more than others.
In the case of video, the question of perspective is determined by the placement of the camera relative to its subject. Watch this video for a demonstration.
Filming at your office can be cost-effective and convenient for those staff members being interviewed or featured in the video, but it can also be quite disruptive to your regular operations and things don’t always go as planned. But there are several ways for your team to prepare so the shoot can go as smoothly as possible.
We pull back the curtain to reveal the different ways video production is priced, along with some tips for handling the uncertainty inherent in the process.
Whether you’re shooting interviews or b-roll, you need to be aware of a few basic things that affect video production – enter the location scout.