Volunteer Videographer's Guide To Filming
Game film is a great way for coaches to prepare and teach young players. It can help them improve technique, learn from mistakes and get ready for the next game. But, game film is only valuable if it’s captured correctly.
Putting a volunteer behind the camera without instruction can be risky. There’s a lot to consider when it comes to capturing teachable moments. What type of equipment should be used? When should I zoom in? Do I follow the players or the ball? Answers to these questions before filming starts will give your volunteers confidence and provide coaches with great footage.
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