What separates a “good” video from “great” one?

The details.

A rockstar video team does a lot more than work a camera or set up lights. They notice the small things like a distracting doorknob in the background, a colorful painting that overwhelms the scene, or the talent’s flyaway hair that needs to be tamed.

But they can’t do everything. The talent needs to come prepared too. And one of the simplest things we see people overlook is their wardrobe.

Of course, you’ll want to look good in front of the camera and you might even want to show off your personal style. But there are some rules to keep in mind when you’re going to be on video.

If you’re not sure what to wear on your shoot day, I’ve shared some wardrobe tips that’ll have you looking your best on video!

 

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In this video, you’ll learn:

  • What colors look best on video
  • What types of patterns to avoid
  • How to accessorize for your shoot-day
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Annette Mattern

Director of Initiatives at WireBuzz
Annette’s forte is sales and marketing strategy development. Creating innovative business applications for our clients relies heavily on her extensive background in communications, marketing, PR and business development in both commercial and non-profit sectors.

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