Setting Up Outdoor Film Production Like A Pro

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If it is your first time in charge of setting up film production in an outside setting, you may start to feel overwhelmed by the amount of preparation that is needed. Outside film production is more than just having a camera outside, it requires finding the perfect setting, setting up the entire production, and shooting at the right time and during the right weather conditions. In this article, we will explore in detail some tips to help you with your first outdoor film production, so you can ensure everything goes smoothly.

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One of the first things you must arrange for your outdoor filming is the venue or setting you will use. Ensure that the location you choose is safe to use for all the crew and it will not be disrupting the general public or the environment. You should obtain the necessary permits or permissions to use your selected location. You should also contact the local council in the area to make them aware of the scale of production you plan on organising. When you have chosen your location, you will then need to start planning for this location with the amount of additional lighting that will be needed, any soundproofing that will be needed, along with the right number of microphones. Certain microphones are better for blocking out wind interference, while others are better used for locations with no ambient sound.

During production, you will no doubt have a lot of equipment that will need safe storage. If this is the case, then you may need to hire a marquee to store this equipment to make sure that it is protected from the elements and safe and secure. A marquee is also a great place for the crew to have their breaks in and shelter if it is raining. If you are shooting your production in the Bristol area, you can find a Marquee Hire Bristol company that can provide you with a Marquee suitable for your needs. An example of one of these companies is

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If your production is in a remote area, then you will need to arrange power in advance. You will most likely have to run your cameras and equipment from a generator. You will need to hire one of these, with enough fuel to power all your equipment and for a long period of time.

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