11. Coordinating the Shoot

What you will get from this chapter:

You’ll learn about the common types of “talent” you will want to use—on-camera or voice-over narrator or both.

You’ll discover the pros and cons of using professional versus amateur talent.

You’ll learn the roles of the production crew and what skills and experience to look for.

You’ll learn how to organize the shooting schedule.

You’ll learn what goes into scouting a location.

Resources and Tools We Refer to in Shoot To Sell: Make Money Producing Special Interest Videos


www2.lancome.com – Lancome Pure Focus T-Zone makeup (great for on-camera shooting)

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