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  • #30856

    Kathy Bass
    Adventurer
    @Kathy Bass

    Purchased a Green, Black & White Screen + 4 Light Kit + Carrying Case from Amazon for only $145 🙂
    Finally set it up to get the brain ready for lights, camera, action!

    Attaching pre, post and instructional photos for any other “studio” newbies out there and would love to hear any feedback or tips to share for great video shoots! My feedback to date is that it seems comprehensive, was super easy to understood and set up… phew.

    Here’s the link (I’m not an affiliate or endorser… just sharing):
    https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00LV46738/ref=cm_cr_ryp_prd_ttl_sol_0

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    #30863

    Kathy Bass
    Adventurer
    @Kathy Bass

    Instructional photos:

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    #30891

    Bradley Morris
    Mountain Guide
    @bradleytmorris

    WOOHOO Kathy! This is a very exciting blank canvas you just gave yourself. There are no limits to what you can do now.

    My recommendation is to write your scripts and use a teleprompter. This has been an invaluable lesson for us with the GEA. It simply makes it so that every single word spoken is done so with such precise intention. It will take longer, but it will make the learning experience more potent.

    We usually set the teleprompter directly under the camera lence so that you can’t tell we’re reading.

    We also get someone to run the teleprompter, so you’ll need a camera crew (Which you want anyways. It makes filming go by so much easier and faster).

    We can definitely talk about our script writing process on next week’s group coaching session.

    #30925

    Kathy Bass
    Adventurer
    @Kathy Bass

    WOOHOO is right and bright: No limits, only possibilities.

    Really like the tips. Thank you for sharing, Bradley.

    Would love to hear more about script writing!

    Here is my story board template if anyone wants to save a few minutes and just hit print:

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    #31044

    Bradley Morris
    Mountain Guide
    @bradleytmorris

    We’ve got a script writing Podcast episode JUST FOR YOU tomorrow Kathy.   🙂

    #31049

    Kathy Bass
    Adventurer
    @Kathy Bass

    Bradley, that’s awesome – can’t wait for the Podcast today!

    Would love to hear any green screen editing tips, too! I have Camtasia and haven’t done any editing except trimming off the front and end of video…

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