Planning Your Shot List
This is a very structured shot list. Um, and this is I think it's only available if you buy the class, but, um, it's a template that you can actually fill out and populate on your own. And people use these for movies. You don't have to be. You don't have to make it overwhelming. Um so if my intro, I know I'm gonna be talking to the camera. So, um, I'm gonna be in my office. Usually I talk I record in my office so that so location and I don't want to start out, like with the camera really close to me, cause instantly people will be like, Whoa, I didn't know I was gonna get all faith. So I know I want the debt to be I don't want me to get up So I know I want the shot type to be mid, you know, like shoulders up and then the movement, like I am just doing an intro. We'll keep it simple. Still, movement, no movement. And then it's a talking head shot. And talking head just means it's you talking. You're not demonstrating anything. There's no other components to it. And then who is the subje...
ct. Lee. Sometimes you'll have characters in your video. You can fill this out, put all the characters in the different shots. Sometimes you'll have objects. So in this shot, I know it's going to be just the nail polish remover and a cotton swab so you could get a specific issue. Need Teoh. So after my intro, and I'm just in a skin through how this goes But if you notice it goes tip 1 to 2. Tip three and then it starts over. So these are all talking heads. Tip wanted to tip free. So I'm gonna record all of me talking head at one time. If it's in my office location, I'm gonna record those all at one time because I'm not going to record this part. Go down in my kitchen, recording the mixing. Come back out, Tell the second step, go down to my bathroom. Put it on, come back, tell the third tip. No. So you record based on efficiency, right? And having it mapped out like this makes it so much easier. So then I start over on tip wanted to tip three. Tip one. I'm That's the scene. That's the clip that's going to be showing in the video, but I'm in a new location of in my kitchen and mixing these home ingredients for the spatial script. And then with 22 I'm in a different location. I'm applying the facial scrub. You get the idea. But once you get toe editing, that's where it gets so fun. Because you have this extra footage to reinforce the message that you're sharing against. Sit here and tell you, Go get some lemons, aspirin and baking soda. Mix it all together, put it on your face and it's like a D I Y chemical pill. Great. No problem. Or I can show them. Look how easy it is to cut lemon on squeeze. I'm next thing and I'm applying to my face. People are going to relate to that way more. They're gonna be more anxious seeing how easy it is for them, and it will make your videos more enticing.