When you’re looking into studio video production as an option for your company, there’s a lot of things that you need to think about before making any decisions!
In this article, we give three pro tips on how to get started
1) Consider the type of work that you do – if most of your work requires shooting in natural light, then studio lighting might be out of the question
2) Think about other equipment that you already have access to – if you already have studio lighting and studio sound equipment, then you’ll be able to produce quality content without investing in any other new gear
3) Do some research. Look at both big studios and smaller independent creators who are producing more niche content. Seeing what’s out there will help you figure out what kind of studio video production to start with.
Studio video production is a challenging process that requires a lot of time and money.
Hire professionals who have experience in-studio video production—plan space before filming. Create an editing plan before shooting.