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7 Tips to Turn Shooting at Your Office from Disaster to Money-saver
Posted By Clay Zeigler On October 29, 2012 @ 12:33 pm In Business of Photography | 1 Comment
It’s bound to come up. You need some photos or a video and someone says, “Why don’t we just shoot it here?” That someone might even be you, but regardless of who suggests it, the seed is planted. Shooting at the office is a good idea because it can save money. In addition, co-workers who are participating will be close at hand and have less of a disruption to their day.
On the flip side, shooting at the office can become a disaster if it isn’t handled properly. The office is a place of business, a place at which there will be plenty of people who are not involved in the shoot. This means that in order to have a successful shoot, you need to plan it out in advance to get the footage you need with as little disruption as possible to your colleagues.
Here are Some Tips to Get That Done:
When you take the time to prepare and plan an office shoot, you will find things will go quite smoothly. Ultimately, the material that you get from the shoot is going to be used to promote the organization and that is important to everyone who works there. Whether or not they are involved, all employees of the company should want things to go well. However, you also don’t want any ruffled feathers, and by being considerate and planning ahead, you will get the very best results possible.
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