Instructions to Videographer for Video Deposition

When you schedule a video deposition you want it to be a quality product you can show at trial. So first, you need to do is hire a good videographer. Second, you need to give that videographer instructions for what you want in the "movie". For example, you need to maximize your demonstrative exhibits or photographs by having the videodepo show them in close-up on tape. Another example, you need to minimize the camera showing any need to minimize nervous hand gestures of your witness.

To do these things, and more, you need to instruct the videographer. You need the benefits of having the legal form Instructions for Videotaping Deposition.

Instructions for Videotaping Deposition should always be sent, in advance, to the person who is going to be doing the actual videotaping of the deposition you have scheduled. To not simply give Instructions for Videotaping Deposition to the court reporter. Do not rely on the fact that the videographer is the same one that you used before. Send a new Instructions for Videotaping Deposition every new set of depositions you take.

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