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A Multifaceted Video Production Company based in Bangalore & Chennai.

Highly proficient in creating audio-visual content, be it Short Films, Commercials, Corporate Videos, Travel Videos, Documentaries & Social Media Videos.

Bangalore
Chennai

HOW TO START SHOOTING CORPORATE VIDEOS?

HOW TO START SHOOTING CORPORATE VIDEOS?

By Ananya Tripathi

If you’re shooting a corporate video, you’re certainly familiar with the business world, which means you’ve attended plenty of meetings just for the sake of meetings. Even if you have not, we’ll help you start shooting Corporate Videos by the end of this blog.
Let’s get straight to the point. For corporate video shoots, time is of the essence and it needs to be valued. It’s time to get to work after you’ve thought about your strategy and your path.
HOW TO START SHOOTING CORPORATE VIDEOS?
  • Prepare a script.
So, how can you produce a video script that appeals to your target audience while also accomplishing your objectives?

These prompts will help you come up with the perfect script:-
  • What is the purpose of your video?
  • What action would you like your viewers to take?
  • Who is your audience and what are their habits online?
  • What value is your video bringing to your audience?
  • What distribution channels are you going to use?

With the script done and dusted, you move on to the setting of the video.
  • Choosing the right setting.

When deciding upon a space for your video you should consider the following:

  • The lighting– A well lit room can make all the difference between a poorly shot video and a corporate masterpiece.
  • Room size- The measurements should be no less than 12 feet by 18 feet in general. At least four feet should separate the camera from the subject, and another four feet should separate the subject from the background. Shooting close to a wall isn’t recommended because it can result in harsh shadows.¬†
  • Soundproofing- Finding a quiet area is one of the most difficult components of establishing a corporate video studio, but it is also one of the most crucial. Nobody wants to hear air conditioning, construction, wailing sirens, or other background noises in the finished video. Furthermore, if the space is excessively wide and poorly furnished, sound will bounce off the walls and cause echoes. A room with four walls is a good start, but adding acoustic foam panels or even hanging blankets to “dampen” echoes and outside noises can yield the best results.
  • Compile a shot list.

If you’re trying to figure out how to design a video project, keep one thing in mind: video is a visual medium.

You will, without a doubt, spend hours producing, modifying, and distributing documents. You’ll contact people and juggle schedules. You’ll book sites for filming and create call sheets. But keep in mind that you’re creating a polished product that you’ll want others to view.

Creating a shot list will emphasize how visually rich your project is.

In every scene and a shot of your video, your shot list lays out what will happen and what you’ll need. A shots list is required for every film, corporate video, TV commercial, and business culture video. It is critical.

  • Manage talent and crew.

You’re not going to be able to finish the entire corporate video-producing procedure by yourself. You will collaborate with others.

As you progress through the steps of the video production process, you’ll need to contact colleagues at each stage.

Someone will have to approve the script.

You must align with the cast and crew, and recce locations.

Managing the logistics of your video production strategy entails contacting people and maintaining track of their contact information. The key to success is constant communication.

 

  • Make and send call sheets.

You’ll require a call sheet. Your team needs to be reminded, even if you think everyone is on board and understands what they’re supposed to bring when they’re expected to arrive, and where they’re supposed to be. You’ll want to get rid of any lingering doubts.

The name of the video production and the time your team needs to be on set should be on every call sheet (general call time). Within the scope of the project, you’ll need the shoot date and the shoot day you’re currently working on.

Now all that is left is executing a shoot.

If this was helpful for you let us know in the comments!

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Ananya Tripathi

Ananya is a content writer at Zooq Films. She is currently studying Business Administration in NMIMS, Bombay. She has an eye for detail, loves photography, painting, and creative writing. She mostly works on oil paintings and concept artworks. For more work by Ananya, do follow this page.