September 2, 2017
Scouting locations for your production can be a headache, but these five things will make it a whole lot easier.
Location scouting is something you do to prepare for a production, but it too needs quite a bit of preparation before you ever step foot on a potential spot. You have to assess everything, like the look of the location, its power resources, and noise pollution. You have to make sure the location makes sense to your story. You have to think about literally everything before making a final decision and it’s exhausting. However, Morgan Cooper of Cooper Films tries to make this process less of a guessing game by giving you five location scouting tips in the video below. Check it out:
If you’re a director and/or a cinematographer, Cooper’s five tips are perfect for you (assuming that you’ll be the one out there scouting):