You've got the gear, but does your client have a clue? Learn about ways to make sure your client is ready for the shoot.
- So last lesson, we talked about what equipment to use. … And this lesson, we're going to talk about … how to prep the client. … Now, it's important that once you have the gig … and the job, that you need to discuss with the client. … You don't want to show up day of the shoot … and be like, okay, what are we doing? … Or they're asking that. … I've been on those shoots before, … and it's not very fun. … So you need to contact the client in some way, … whether it's phone, Skype, or in person, … depending on what's comfortable, … if you need to see the location beforehand, et cetera, … and just really sit down with them … and sort of walk them through the process. … Now remember, a lot of these people, … this is probably their first video they've done. … So they're either uncomfortable or unclear … on what the expectations are. … And you need to set that in place beforehand … so that they're not upset later on … that you didn't deliver on something … or you don't have the information provided …
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