If you’re interested in creating sex tip videos, you need to decide what type of content you want to include. There are literally hundreds – even thousands – of possible sex tips. Once you make all the decisions, you’ll be ready to shoot the sex tip videos to help educate your audience.
- Know your audience. Are you making sex tip videos that show housewives how to be sexier, men how to please a woman through oral sex or lesbians how to satisfy each other’s needs at the same time? There are literally endless possibilities. But whichever you choose, learn about your audience and speak to them during the videos.
- Watch other sexual education films to help you get ideas. Your sex tip videos can range from fully educational to borderline pornography. The tone you take will depend on the information you convey and your audience. Watching similar films can help guide you.
- Write the scripts and get help. Before you can film your sex tip videos, you need to write the scripts. The scripts will contain all the information you want to convey in the videos, as well as the visuals that will go along with it, such as charts, pictures or live action demonstrations. Don’t try to finish the scripts by yourself. Have them proofread by someone you trust and who understands what you’re trying to accomplish with your sex tip videos.
- Cast your stars and create your visuals. Now that you have the script ready, you need to create the visuals that you imagined. You also need to hire people to star in your sex tip videos. You might need people to act as demonstrators or narrators for the videos.
Your sex tip videos will not get made overnight. It will require a lot of hard work, planning and editing before you get each video just right. The most important thing to remember is that taking the time to do it properly will be well worth the effort once your sex tip videos are complete.
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