• Technology has improved significantly since I participated in the making of documentaries. I've seen several that I thought were good and others that I thought were sloppy and detracted from their intended message. The more time invested in planning, gaining necessary permissions, knowing when and where you will be filming makes a big difference. So, If I were doing a documentary I'd plan, draft a viable proposal, secure funding and necessary permissions, develop a backup plan, schedule filming dates and times, shoot raw and backup footage, record interviews or dialogs separate, review material, Re-shoot or re-record any if necessary, mix and edit sound and video, add other material like stock footage, graphics, music etc, edit material, review for approval, final edit, presentation, release.
  • i would find someone in my town that can show me how

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