I started out working for a company, inside the studio. I now work from home, but I find that working inside the studio actually had many advantages. Once I got over the initial panic of working around lots of other people, I was happy that I didn’t have to fool around with setting up lighting, checking the camera and microphones, etc. Now I have more “privacy”, but I am responsible for the set-up, as well. It’s not always such an easy task.
That’s really interesting to me because I didn’t know that working in a studio is possible. That would add more overhead to the cost of things for the company, so how was the money for you then compared with doing it yourself?
Because we work as a couple I would never consider working in a studio…one of us can always check the angle of the camera and all of that good stuff. I can see where it might be advantageous to people who are new to the webcam industry.