When you’re making a video about a well-known person working a kissing booth - in our case, pop star Nick Lachey - start by collecting three separate interviews.
Talk to your star, someone who helped coordinate the event, and someone waiting in line for a kiss!
Ask your star how it feels to be there and if they’re looking forward to getting kissed. Why did they want to get involved? If they have a spouse or significant other, ask if they had to clear it ahead of time with them!
Ask the coordinator why they set up the kissing booth and what it benefits.
Ask the person in line if they’re excited to kiss the star and why. What’s going through their mind? Record each answer as a separate sound bite.
Now collect your supporting shots. Get video of people waiting in line for the booth…we filmed this group of girls snapping pictures.
Make sure you get shots of your star as they make their entrance…we got video of Nick walking off the tour bus…and standing behind the kissing booth.
Of course, keep rolling as they get their kisses! We got shots of this girl blowing Nick a kiss as he posed. Make sure you capture their reactions in the moment…you can use those as natural sound bites in your video.
It’s a good idea to get video of any signs nearby too…like this one above the kissing booth.
Now decide which sound bites you want to use. It’s good to start with a natural sound bite of your star reacting to being in the booth!
To put it together, open Videolicious. Select your supporting shots in Step 1 in the order that matches your sound bites. In Step 2, import your sound bites in the order you want them to play. Play back your sound bites and tap your supporting shots to follow them!