The first thing you need to know about remote video production is that you’ll need some equipment.
And there’s no way to go from zero to $30,000 in no time.
And you won’t be getting much bang for your buck, unless you’re a small business that needs to take on the costs of hiring a camera crew.
We talked to three of the leading independent filmmakers, and they have tips for getting started.
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We asked all three filmmakers to share their personal goals and priorities.
We asked, what are you making?
How do you plan on spending your budget?
andWhat are your expectations?
You might not be the first person to ask these questions.
So, we asked them to share how they got started, what they learned along the way, and what they’re doing now.
This is our list of tips to help you make a remote video.
If you have any questions about these topics, we’d love to hear from you.
Here’s a look at the three filmmakers we spoke with, along with their tips.