Quilted Moving Blankets On Location

Here's a basic tip that everyone should use. Imagine someone coming in to your well kept space and unloading gear onto your cherished hardwood floors or fancy carpet. Shooting on location in million dollar homes or expensive venues? If you want to make sure you're starting out on the right foot with your host, there's one very small thing you can do. 'Lay down moving blankets'.

The first thing you should do is drop down quilted moving blankets wherever you drop your cases, tripods, light stands, or anything else you plan to bring to a borrowed location. Quilted moving blankets are a very inexpensive investment that will not only show your professionalism, but will make your host more comfortable about using their space.

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4 thoughts on “Quilted Moving Blankets On Location

  1. mike chenoweth

    We use them for interviews all of the time. Hung around talent if we're in an open and reflective space. Gotta love Furnys!

  2. Another classic use of these blankets in film is for noise and echo suppression on location. For example, you can set up a couple of C-stands off-frame and hang these off to the side. It reduces echo from the subjects and suppresses other noises coming from other parts of the location.

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