We get a lot of scripts for many different fetishes and scenarios, so I thought I would give you guys some pointers on how to get a great script ready for us to shoot. Not everybody needs or wants us to shoot with a script and that’s totally fine (we’ll make one if you don’t have one for us). This guide is for the clients that have some very specific instructions or important details that they would like us to follow.

#1 Know what you want. This goes without saying for most of our clients, but knowing what you want is the first step in getting your script written. There are things you like and want to see, how do they fit together? Where do the actions take place? What kind of models are involved? What fetishes are we going to cover? Keeping these things in mind can help when writing out your scene and really makes writing a script more fun. Are you stuck with this process? We can help!

#2 Props. It’s important to know what props are needed long before we schedule a model to shoot your scene. We have many props available at no extra cost but sometimes we won’t have items requested. Depending on the fetish, we may have to special-order certain things that could take longer than expected.

#3 The details. They say the devil is in the details and for a fetish video it’s no different. It’s the minute details that are often what makes a good scene into a great scene. We feel that is important and put a lot of effort in making sure the details are correct for your scene, right down to the last word in your script. If you are having trouble coming up with details, let us know and we’ll see what we can do to help.

It’s because of the extra care we take that we suggest simplifying some of the less important aspects of the scene. If your video calls for a lot of dialogue but the most important part is one specific act, try to find things that aren’t as important and scale them down. That way we can focus on your fetish without cluttering it up with things that aren’t as important. Simplifying here and there can go a long way in a production and ultimately save you money.