Low-Budget Filmmaking Tip #121

And always look at jewelry.

Continuity’s important. For each “movie” day, make a quick sketch of what each character’s wearing and make sure you double-check that sketch against what you’re shooting. This is not something you can easily fix in post.

Then again, there’s a lot to be said for doin’ it “Gilligan’s Island” style.

That’s an old TV show, for those of you who are relatively new.

If you can’t sketch, at least do a quickie set of photos, but keep in mind that in a sketch, you can call attention to details that might be missed in a photograph.

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