Crew Your Video Shoot in 3 Steps

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Crew Your Video Shoot in 3 Steps

Written By Richard Tiland

What if you are planning for the production of lots of video content? What if you need to make it a dominant part of your media strategy in the next few years?

In such situations, your video production company needs crew experienced in different areas of video production. And that could assist you with your investment. That is precisely what successful video production companies have done. Most of the production companies are succeeding in their lead by hiring their own crew instead of outsourcing.

In your video production company, you can do this too. Follow the given steps, and you’ll make a smooth and profitable evolution.

A Strong Team and Right Equipment is All You Need to Succeed

An in-house video crew becomes an incomparable convenience if you have chosen the right people. Imagine that you have hired a skilled team and invested in standard equipment, and you have started completing orders with amazingly positive feedback.

Professional crew and good equipment are the only main things you need to step into the competition of video production companies. Here is how to crew your video production company.

Step #1 | Outline Your Investment

Look around yourself, and you will see a huge number of automobile companies, retailers, restaurants, and many more want to expand their media presence by videos. So, it is time to think that if you are successful in hiring a proficient crew, you will never run out of work.

Before investing money, get this clear in your mind that the satisfaction of your client is the key to success. And you should avoid hiring cheap and amateur crew to save money. To enter the fight for dominance, you need to make a healthy investment in picking skillful professionals for your crew.

Step #2 | Pick the Right & Required People

Most of the success of your in-house video production company crew starts with the selection of the right and required people.

Now the main question is how to weigh the requirement of crew. If you have ever worked with freelancers or temporary service providers on multiple projects, they’re great people to select. And many service providers are eager to take on firm positions instead of serving multiple clients with challenging deadlines.

Drumming into the network of freelancers is the best option because you have already observed their services. You are also aware of their working patterns, and they also understand your business revelation.

At an extreme minimum, you would need to hire a video producer, someone for managing or covering the marketing side (pursuing performance on different platforms), and a storyboarder for working with and writing scripts. Start small and scale your crew with time.

Step # 3 | Encourage Your Crew

Your crew members are now the participants of your success and the abilities of the members will describe the goal achievement. Define your primacies in front of the crew and encourage them to perform their best in their area of intelligence. It is important to prevent your crew from having a huge burden to make every single video a hit. And give your crew creative autonomy so that they can come up with something truly astonishing.

About the Author

Richard Tiland is the President of New Evolution Video ( and dk3studios ( He can be reached at [email protected], (619) 365.5529. “Since I was a kid, my passion has been media production. And through this passion, I’ve been able to develop meaningful work relationships and create masterful visuals with my clients. Now as a proud production business owner, I am fully committed to ensuring that you have the best experience possible within the video industry. Let’s create.”

Richard Tiland