On-location video shoots present endless opportunities to see the world in a creative new way.
Sure, “on-location” might not always translate to scenic vistas and sweeping views, but every on-location video shoot challenges you to push past what’s expected and explore something new.
Say you’re shooting an on-location video in an office space. The challenge: Set up your shot in a way that feels fresh and offers a perspective you don’t often see, whether you achieve that through lighting, lens, or even where you position yourself to shoot.
And, yes, while on-location video shoots come with their own unique challenges—honking horns, ambient noise from others in the building, talkative pedestrians—we feel the benefits of an on-location video shoot outweigh the cons by far.