Tuesday Feb 25, 2020

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How to Make a Documentary:

A Step-by-Step Guide

to Filming Like a Pro

As part of the tour, we volunteered for nonprofits and did everything from stuff backpacks full of clothing for foster…
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By Mathew King
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As part of the tour, we volunteered for nonprofits and did everything from stuff backpacks full of clothing for foster kids to rip out clumps of invasive scrub grass from the beaches of California Humboldt county. For instance, the Traction on Demand team kindly asked me not to capture night time footage when people were unwinding and getting to know each other over beers. My Bandit Tour documentary film kit:DJI Osmo Pocket GimbalSony A7IIILensesLavalier microphone x 2MonopodHeadphonesSD cardsPortable hard driveExtra batteries3.

During the Bandit Tour, I knew the road trip would be central to the theme, so I captured lots of |b-roll| of the car, the bus, and all the branding elements on the vehicles. In the Bandit Tour documentary, I ended things on a shot of the team all standing on a….

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