Producing a video yearbook is simple. Videotape the school year’s activities, edit it down to a forty-five minute product and sell it to the graduating class.
The concept is simple, but the execution without prior knowledge would be difficult. Who do you talk to at the high school to get permission to shoot at the activities? How much should you charge per copy of the video yearbook? Do the students have any input as to what video you shoot? These questions are answered in this article.
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