Some of us are lucky enough to know photographers or even video makers in which csase you should call on a favor, but in the event that you don’t have someone with film gear or aptitudes, you most likely have a phone, correct?, perhaps you can get a few of your buds to bring their cell phones as well (which gives you different angles to cut between whilst producing). If you have other cameras laying about, use them. My video involved driving so I used my dashboard camera and took some footage on the road when I was driving to gigs with my band, we got some interesting stuff which made the cut.
You have a considerable measure to stress over as of now, particularly in the case that you will be the primary individual on camera. Make the concept of the vid as basic as is sensible for yourself, for the individual who is going to be going over lighting and the positioning and screenplay, and for any other person who has been kind enough to offer assistance. You don’t want to overcomplicate things or make people lose interest and you probably don’t need to.
Find a good area! Locate a spot (and don’t overlook places in your nearby viscinity that may have a character and a lot to offer), get everybody together, and put towards making the video of your dreams happen, even if you are on a shoestring budget. Some amazing music and amazing music videos have come from frugal backgrounds without splashing the cash on gear or staff. While you’re trying to become successful you need to save money wherever you can.