Change Your Clothes-Video Tip from the Lawyers' Video Studio

You’ve shot an hour of video. You’re going to create 4-5 usable video clips from that video shoot.
You then shoot another hour of video. Yet you forget to change your clothes. A viewer does not want to see you wearing the same thing in every singe video clip. It gets dull and boring. Don’t believe me? Try watching most attorney’s video clips that were done in sequence.

Change your clothes!

Have a great day.


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