Videography for Broadcast Journalism

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This presentation includes tips and suggestions for good videography when creating broadcast journalism news packages. It was originally presented at the JEA/NSPA national journalism convention in San Antonio on November 15, 2012.

Michael Hernandez teaches broadcast journalism at Mira Costa High School in Manhattan Beach, CA. His students produce the Mustang Morning News, a nationally award-winning newscast that can be viewed at www.mustangmorningnews.com.

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Videography for Broadcast Journalism

  1. 1. Videographyfor broadcast journalism 1
  2. 2. Show, don’t tell provide evidence refute claims illustrate what it’s like to be there “say it, prove it” 2
  3. 3. Ten Fingers wide medium shot shot reaction close shot action 3
  4. 4. Ten Fingers wide medium shot sound shot reaction nose lightingcloseshot eyes action background 4
  5. 5. FocusCritical focus 5
  6. 6. FocusCritical focus 6
  7. 7. FocusCritical focus 7
  8. 8. FocusCritical focus 8
  9. 9. CompositionRule of Thirds 9
  10. 10. CompositionRule of Thirds 10
  11. 11. CompositionRule of Thirds 11
  12. 12. CompositionRule of Thirds 11
  13. 13. CompositionRule of Thirds 12
  14. 14. CompositionCamera placement: camera height low angle 13
  15. 15. CompositionCamera placement: camera height low angle 14
  16. 16. CompositionCamera placement: camera height low angle 15
  17. 17. CompositionCamera placement: camera height low angle 16
  18. 18. CompositionCamera placement: camera height low angle 17
  19. 19. CompositionCamera placement: camera height low angle 18
  20. 20. CompositionCamera placement: camera height high angle 19
  21. 21. CompositionCamera placement: camera height high angle 20
  22. 22. CompositionCamera placement: background 21
  23. 23. CompositionCamera placement: background 22
  24. 24. CompositionCamera placement 180 degree rule 23
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  26. 26. 25
  27. 27. 26
  28. 28. CompositionSequences: wide, medium, tight 27
  29. 29. CompositionSequences: wide, medium, tight 28
  30. 30. LightingExposure Underexposure 29
  31. 31. LightingExposure Underexposure 30
  32. 32. LightingExposure Underexposure 31
  33. 33. LightingExposure Overexposure 32
  34. 34. LightingExposure Overexposure 33
  35. 35. LightingExposure 34
  36. 36. LightingExposure 35
  37. 37. LightingWhite Balance 36
  38. 38. LightingWhite Balance 36
  39. 39. Shooting tips remove hats and glasses (eyes are windows to the soul) avoid bright backgrounds (windows, whiteboards, etc.) get a variety of angles (not just eye level) avoid movement (pan & zoom) zoom with your feet shoot for sound 37

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