The Craft

How to make a video series: Part 3 of 3 – Phases of Production

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In a minute, we share a best practice for getting started with your first professional video production for training or marketing purposes. This is part 3 of 3 that offers a quick explanation of the three phases of production. For more information related to this brief video please consider checking out two related blog posts:

Help! I have to make a video. What should I do first?

How much will a business video cost? (Cleveland Video Pro Guide)

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Title Image: Should I record video In-Studio or On-Location?

Should I record video in-studio or on-location?

Choosing to record video in-studio or on-location can be a critical decision to make during pre-production. To begin, answer this question:

What kind of video story are you trying to tell?

Depending on the type of video story you are creating, your choice between studio or location, or a combination of the two, will emerge like caramelized onions in a savory rue. It takes time in the pre-production saute pan to make a decision that is best for your message, budget, and timeline. So let’s consider four factors that will give you awesome sauce on the screen.
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What is the 3-word essence of your story?

By Neil McCormick published October 17, 2017

What is the 3-word essence of your story?   

What is the 3-word essence of your story? Everyone is familiar with the 30-second elevator speech. You’ve likely developed one for your personal, “Who am I and why am I here?” story. And you probably know your company’s 30-second, “Who are we and what do we do?” story by heart. But, can you market yourself with just three words? Let’s look at how to refine a story by using a 3-word Brand Mantra. Continue reading

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