So you have come to the conclusion that you will need to advertise product or your service. Great! Proper marketing can lead to great rewards. Improper marketing, however, can waste a ton of money.
Take the time when possible, to examine their work and provide feedback to them soon after the shoot. Make sure their shooting style matches yours and they do the other things necessary to mirror you when you can't be there. You don't desire your salespeople to be like fish out of water when your client is used to getting things done a certain way. The prepared they are before a shoot, the more obvious it will be that this isn't one of your typical shooters.
Include it in your editing hours or on your rate per day. As long as you put that in, it does not matter. I haven't experienced because I added this amount losing a job. You should be too detailed in your proposals.
To use it you'll need to learn skills that are video production and TV. But you've got to be a story teller who knows how to communicate to the audience.
Edit the segments together. Having divided your presentation into sections you'll need a means to pay for the points between the beginning of the next Website and the end of one PTC. You will seem to move between the two sections.
Animato: This is one of the sites. They make it really easy to create a video. You just upload some pictures, put them in the order you want, add text (if desired ), music, and press the button and it makes a very nice 30 second video. If you do not like it, simply press the button again, and it does it again. When you have the movie you like, it uploaded to YouTube, or can either be hosted on their website. The only drawback is that they brand the movie in the end. It costs $30 per year to get rid of that. Included in that price are the ability and the ability to make videos.
Moreover, if your subject is moving, it is much better to have them. Never permit an actor to run straight, or directly at the camera from the camera, unless your story line requires the celebrity or something similar. Permitting the actor to both run directly toward and away from the camera will give the impression he's run through the camera, which will only confuse your audience.
Planning, planning and more planning. The better you plan for your shoot including some other information that is useful, shot lists, take programs and call sheets the smoother your shoot day will be.