5 DIY Tips for Your Next Shoot

By Logan Baker, Premiumbeat

Here are 5 ways to boost the production value of your video shots on a DIY budget.

One of the most valuable online resources for filmmakers and video producers is Ryan Connolly’s YouTube channel and production juggernaut, Film Riot. Film Riot provides actionable content on filmmaking questions, techniques, and gear recommendations. One of their recent videos focuses on a few DIY tips they’ve released in the past that will help reduce your budget or give you more time to focus on your production.

Let’s take a look at some of these DIY tips as well as where to find the equipment they call for.


Low Fog

5 DIY Tips for Your Next Shoot — Low Fog

If you’re shooting a horror film, or any type of science fiction story, creating mood and environment is key. This low-lying fog adds a layer of creepiness and a boosts the sense of production value on your set. As Connolly advises, when handling the dry ice, make sure you wear gloves and make sure you don’t touch the ice with your bare skin.

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