Create a call sheet to organize your photoshoot in Milanote

Follow this step-by-step guide to learn the modern process of creating a Call Sheet in Milanote, a free tool used by top creatives.

How to use this template

Whether you’re a photographer or client, follow this step-by-step guide to learn the modern process of creating a photography call sheet in Milanote, a free tool used by top creatives.

01.

Start with an empty template

How to do this in Milanote
  1. Create a new board for your call sheet.

    Create a new board

    Drag a board out from the toolbar. Give it a name, then double click to open it.

  2. Choose the built-in Call Sheet template.

    Choose a template 

    Each new board gives you the options to start with a beautiful template. Find the Creative Brief template, then choose "Use this template".

01.

Describe the project

The first thing to add is simple overview of the photoshoot outlining the purpose of the day. This usually includes the name of the shoot, the concept and a logo or photo representing the client or product.

Most importantly, add the contact details for the person in charge so everyone knows who's in charge.

How to do this in Milanote
  1. Add a note to describe the purpose of the photoshoot.

    Drag a note card onto your board

    Start typing then use the formatting tools in the left hand toolbar.

  2. Upload an image of the subject

    Upload a file or document  

    Click the "Upload file" button or just drag a file onto your board. You can add images, logos, documents, videos, audio and much more.

02.

Add the location

Next add the location of the shoot and any details that will help people arrive safely and on time. Explain where the parking options are, nearby public transport and any details about to get into the building. Providing a link to the Google Maps will let them get turn-by-turn directions.

How to do this in Milanote
  1. Embed a Google map

    Drag a link card onto your board

    Copy the share link from Google Maps, paste it into the link card in Milanote and press Enter.

03.

List the talent and crew

Who's involved? List your talent and crew along with their contact details. This will save you hunting around for phone numbers when plans inevitably change on the day.

This is also the place to add any specific arrival times for individual talent and crew so each person knows exactly when they're expected.

How to do this in Milanote
  1. Create a column for the Talent and Crew

    Drag a column onto your board

    Name it, then drag any relevant notes or images into your column

  2. Add a note for details of your crew

    Drag a note card into your column

    Start typing then use the formatting tools in the left hand toolbar.

04.

Outline the schedule

Probably the most important part is the schedule—specifically the general crew call time. Ensure this can't be missed. It's when you want everyone to arrive. Under this, add the key events for the day so everyone can clearly see what's on and when.

How to do this in Milanote
  1. Create a column for your Schedule

    Drag a column onto your board

    Name it, then drag any relevant notes or images into your column

  2. Add a note to outline your schedule

    Drag a note card into your column

    Start typing then use the formatting tools in the left hand toolbar.

06.

Share the call sheet with your team

When you’ve made any final tweaks, it’s time to share the call sheet with the your team so everyone can start preparing for the shoot.

How to do this in Milanote
  1. Publish and share the call sheet with your team.

    Add a welcome message to your board.

    Write a welcome message under the "Publish & share" menu. This will display the first time someone views your board.

Start your call sheet

Get started for free with Milanote's easy to use call sheet template.