If you’re already making money with video, congratulations! Hopefully, we can help you make more. For everyone else, even with no prior video experience, you can begin to generate new sources of income through video. Or save money by helping produce your own content.
First off, we’re not knocking home studios. They obviously work for some folks, but not for everyone. Home studios are especially helpful for new photographers living and breathing this craft. There’s so much to learn and practice. Most of your money is going into gear. It’s cool to have a space at your fingertips for test shots whenever an inspiring thought hits you.
Since we refer almost all production inquires (occasionally, we’ll help out a charity or friend with a project), we hear this question on a regular basis: How much does it cost to make a video? That’s easy! How much does a home cost? How about a car? Or dinner, for that matter? The answer is: it varies. However, by answering a few key questions, you can easily narrow down the figure to something that fits your budget. Even if the budget is $0.