In a world of cubicles and lunch breaks, we freelancers know it can be hard to explain what we do. Especially to those accustomed to their “square” jobs. Nine to fivers find it hard to grasp the concept of a life that doesn’t include a “work week,” benefits, team building or company outings. While all of those things make some people feel content and secure, our world is full of unknowns, feasts, famines and—most importantly—freedom. And that’s the way we like it.
Surely, you’ve caught on by now. Video is imperative for the success of your business these days. Your customers expect it.
Depending on your business, you may need two or three key marketing videos or hundreds of explainers, tutorials, and product demos. This thought may prompt the question, “Should I hire an in-house video team or outsource it to a freelance video production studio?” We can help with that.
It’s not an uncommon dream or a common success. Making it as a freelancer in Hollywood is tough. Here are a few secrets to navigating the tricky world of La-La Land as an aspiring video producer.
So you’ve fallen in love with the art of creating videos? Awesome, we have that in common. At different stages of our video production careers, we move through stages of scale. In a perfect world, we’d all have Daddy Warbucks funding our pursuits.
Alas, we’ve put together a list of equipment you’ll need to get started whether your operation is no budget, low budget or pro budget.