How To Choose The Best Filming Location For Your Next Project

  1. Know Your Script
    Choose a site that matches the setting of your story. This is the first rule of location scouting.
  2. Scout At The Right Time
    Be aware that locations can change. It’s wise to check your spot on the day of the week.
  3. Look At Light
    Make Sure that there’s adequate space for you to set up all of your gear.
  4. Check For Power Supplies
    Many outdoors locations are far from power sources and even some indoor locations can pose AC challenges.
  5. Follow The Sun
    Outdoor Lighting conditions can be as challenging as those indoors exterior illumination changes all day long.
  6. Examine The Elements
    Sun, rain,wind, snow, heat, cold all can help or hurt, depending on what you’re hoping to capture on film.
  7. Decide Where To Set Up
    Make sure that there’s adequate space for you to set up all of your gear.
  8. Get Permission
    Be aware that you’ll need to secure permits and other legal permissions to shoot at certain locations.
  9. Evaluate The Area
    Check on communications, is there cell phone reception in the area you’ve chosen to shoot

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