The pre-production stage of video production is arguably the most important. According to Director of Photography, Kevin Bowers from the Boston video production company
Sound and Vision Media, “Without a strong pre-production meeting and stage setting before your next video shoot, your production could be heading for trouble.”
The work that your video production crew puts in before the final production or live stream shoot, will make all the difference between great success and failure in the final product. While planning an important production for a well-known media company, Sound and Vision Media had to be ready. Their latest video series will teach and inspire children and their parents about etiquette on the internet. Kevin Bowers and Charles Vitale had long discussions with the client well before the video production. This was to discuss all ideas and planning before shooting day. It is always crucial to be as thorough as possible while planning. The best video production comes from a well-thought-out plan and making sure it is executed to perfection. After coming up with a plan for the lighting, sound, and green screen, the production went off without a hitch.
And while we are on the subject of green screen video, it can also be used while live streaming. As you can see, the only limitation for the set of your next video shoot is your imagination!
Seen here in this photo at Sound and Vision Media, the day before the shoot. Helping to set the final scene are Owner Mark Helms and Sound and Vision Media’s graphic designer, Mike Miranda, owner of MikeAdv