It has often been said that the key to a successful Lakeland video production is planning everything out as needed. However, you should know, that like all things in life, no matter how well you prepare for something, there is still a chance that things can go awry.

In video production, despite your best efforts to prepare for everything, there are still some additional things that you should do your best to prepare for that you might have overlooked. To help make sure that your Lakeland video production goes off without a hitch, here are some of the most common issues that you are likely to encounter during production.


When you’re planning an outdoor shoot, the number one enemy of your production is going to be the weather. You have to understand how the weather is going to affect your shoot. For one, bad weather can hurt your gear.

If your equipment gets rained on, you run the very real risk of damaging your gear due to the weather. Not only is poor weather dangerous to your gear, but it’s going to have a negative effect on the lighting and atmosphere of your production.

The best way to really counter any weather-related issues on your production is to always keep an eye on the forecast and plan accordingly. It’s also very important to be mindful of the local weather and climate and how it’s going to affect production.

If you have the budget for it, it would also help to rent out an indoor location that you can go to if the weather does not agree with your production.

Location problems

On-location problems are another thing that you’re going to have to deal with on Lakeland video production as well. For example, for an outdoor shoot, you might run into a lack of power outlets to accommodate all of your gear.

Or you might have a few, but it isn’t enough for your whole setup, forcing you to make compromises that might affect the quality of the final video. In order to avoid issues like these, it’s very important that you do the needed research beforehand when you choose the location for your production.

If you have the opportunity to do, visit the location a few days before the day of the shoot. This allows you to get a good look at the location which allows you to take note of whatever facilities can be used on location. It also lets you know what you’re going to need to bring on the day of the shoot because the location lacks the resources that you need.