HERE There are 5 signs you should shoot your next video remotely. There are many factors to consider when it comes to video production- location, budget, crew, and more all play a role in the final product. But what if you could eliminate some of those logistics and shoot your next video virtually?
1. You wanted to start a video channel but have yet to get to it.
Starting a video channel is more complex than it seems. Filming, editing, and consistently posting videos can be challenging, especially if you try to do it yourself. Delaying a video project is a flashing sign that you need to consider shooting remotely so you can finally have a team of professionals handling all significant roadblocks, including accountability. Then, all you need to worry about is delivering your on-camera performance.
2. You constantly second-guess what kind of videos you want to make.
Working with a Remote Director may be the way to go if you’re stuck in the pre-production phase because you need to know what kind of video you want to make. With professional guidance, you can work with a team of experts to figure out the best way to capture and communicate your vision from start to finish.
3. You don’t have the budget for a traditional shoot.
Let’s face it, video production can be expensive. A virtual video shoot may be your best bet if you don’t have the budget for a traditional shoot. With a virtual video shoot, our Remote Directors pass on their savings to you so you can save on location fees, crew costs, and equipment rentals. Plus, you won’t have to worry about travel expenses for yourself or your team.
4. You have no experience in making a professional video shoot.
Pressing a record button to film a video is one thing, but a professional video shoot is another. If you still need to gain experience in the field, it’s best to leave it to the professionals who know how to get the job done right. With a Remote Director, the skills of directing, lighting, composition, and storytelling are at your disposal. Watch the video below; if it feels too familiar, they are sure-fire signs that you should shoot your next video project remotely.
5. You need help figuring out where to start.
Virtual video shoots are a great place to start if you’re overwhelmed by the idea of making a video. Just check out what checklist on how to prioritize video content ideas HERE. We’ll walk you through the process step-by-step, so there are no surprises. Plus, we’ll be there to answer any questions you may have.
We hope this article has helped you understand the benefits of virtual video shoots. If you’re considering a remote shoot for your next project, contact us today to learn more about how we can help you achieve your vision.