This article was written by Rob Springer.
“Low budget filmmaking is a process that can at times be arduous, but the pay-off is one of the most creative forms of fulfillment that can be achieved by a modern day storyteller. It is with this concept that we will cover some of the most basic steps of low budget filmmaking. Keeping these rules in mind will prove to be a savvy move.
Spend sometime and get to know your camera and its features before your shoot. Practice shooting simplistic scenarios. Familiarize yourself with the instruction manual, take nothing for granted. This could save you hours of critical time during low budget filmmaking projects.”
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