Hi Everyone!  I hope you are reading/watching this because you are safe and sound at home, snuggled up with a pet or a pillow and trying to kill some Quarantine Time.

I’ve been shooting during the pandemic, and at first I was worried about it and very nervous to see how it would turn out.  

I’ve been able to develop my own safety procedures around shooting, as well as some that help make clients feel more comfortable.

Watch the video to learn a few things about how to stay safe while you shoot, or if you’re a client, how your videographer should be practicing social distancing.

Enjoy!

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