How I Self-Shoot: 5 Tips and Gear Suggestions

How I Self-Shoot: 5 Tips and Gear Suggestions

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Self-shooting, or “shooting yourself to tell your stories” can be a really efficient way of filmmaking if done right. I’m still practicing, but have found a few things that have really helped me get the best footage. Here are a few things I do when I’m making stories…

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