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These two guys will show you the backstage of the scene and how hard they work to impress us.

These two guys will show you the backstage of the scene and how hard they work to impress us.

These two guys will show you the backstage of the scene and how hard they work to impress us.

Tour-type videos will shift between different views to illustrate different aspects of a subject, or to tell a kind of narrative story. An example would be an architectural tour of a building. Usually this type will have a sequence of several different shots, and can be up to several minutes long.

If one wants to create a tour-type video that is an overview of a particular subject, one should read through the article of the subject to find queues on aspects of the space that deserve attention in the video (e.g., the video of Grand Central terminal features the constellations on the ceiling and they are also mentioned in the article).

Additionally, if the tour-type video is being made about a particular physical site, a short scouting trip would be helpful. Before you start shooting, take a tour of the site. Using available informational material on the site, look it over to find other shots you might want to include in the video.