At first glance, improv may seem like it’s super easy way to make a film. However, if you really look at how these films are made, you’d see that there’s ton of careful planning and execution that goes into making them.
The best part about these tips is that you don’t even need any extra expensive equipment! All you need is your camera, a basic video editing program, and maybe some cheap lights if you don’t have a window to film by.
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