Don’t begin your video shoot without creating a schedule first.


This is the key to a successful shoot day. Getting your shoot wrong can be very costly mistake.

An effective video shoot requires a delicate balance between capturing as much footage as you can, and ensuring there’s enough buffer time between your shots to ensure nothing is missed.

If you’ve never scheduled a shoot before, it’s easy to overlook some small (but vital) details, like getting footage at a certain time of day, or considering the noise level near the location you’re filming.

To ensure your next shoot day runs smoothly, check out this video! I’ve pulled together a list of the things we think about when scheduling our clients’ shoots here at WireBuzz.


In this video, you’ll learn:

  • Why coming up with a schedule for your shoot day is important
  • How to set a realistic schedule to get all of the shots you need during your day
  • What to consider while you’re creating the agenda

Lastly, if you want to make sure you’re fully prepared for your next video production, download this free Pre-Production Checklist!

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Kristopher is a project manager at WireBuzz. His lifelong passion for filmmaking, coupled with a natural ability to collaborate, makes him an invaluable member of the WireBuzz team.

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