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Video Tour Best Practices

To produce the best possible tour there are a number of best practices you should follow. 

Using a monopod will allow you to provide guest a great point of view during the tour and keep the camera stable and still when you are at a point of interest.


Walking during your tour may result in poor quality video and could cause your guest to become disoriented. You should walk slowly while keeping the camera as steady as possible. 

When you reach a point of interest you should place the camera on its monopod down allowing your guest to get a stable and clear view around while you share information on that point of interest. Step back from the camera and point out different point of interest you are talking about directing guests where to look. 

You should use your phone's voice memo 

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