An on location production is a great way to grow your business or showcase your event. There are many factors that need to be considered when planing this type of shoot. First, let’s Ask Ashley and get some idea of what to expect.
On Location Production Do’s and Don’ts
When you are planing your project, there are many things that you should keep in mind. One of the very first things to consider is safety. On location productions can become nightmares if the film sites are too remote, too small, elevated, or has natural hazards. When scouting a location, keep in mind that safety must be first! Here at Easy Edit Video, we have tackled all kinds of shoots, so if you are unsure if a location will work, talk to us about it. Here are some more great tips on location scouting.
Creating and sticking to a budget is important for any business or organization and this is true of production projects as well. When planing your project, keep in mind that set backs and unexpected expenses are always possible. Have a budget surplus and contingency plan in place before production begins. This will help ensure that your project will go as smoothly as possible.
Finally, have a plan but, be flexible. We all have had moments when we have planned thing out perfectly, only to have those plans come to nothing. Often times, there are just things beyond our control that can put a major kink in our plans. We know that your on location production is important to you and we will do everything we can to help you see your vision, but some things simply can’t be helped. Be adaptable to change and trust that, in the end, it will all come together.
If you have any questions about on location production, in studio productions or any of the other services we offer, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also give us a call at (904) 730-9999 or stop by for a talk. Monday – Friday 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.