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    How to shoot video interviews How to shoot video interviews Presentation Transcript

    • Shooting Video Interviews By Serena Carpenter http://serenacarpenter.com
    • Stance
      • Tripod
      • Camera Stance
      • Care
    • Cameras
      • How to buy a camera:
        • Zoom
        • Mic Input
        • Headphone Input
        • Manual Focus
      • Camera Kit
        • Handicam
        • Tripod
        • Wireless Lavaliere Microphone
        • Handheld
          • XLR to Mini
          • XLR to XLR
            • Sony Cable
            • Your own headphones
    • Interview Chunk
      • Sound Bite
        • Emotion
        • Opinion
        • :06-:15
    • Getting Good Bites
      • Nervous People
        • Childhood, hobbies
          • Avoid topics strangers talk about
        • Get facts beforehand
      • Location matters
      • Sit before stand
    • Shooting the Interview
      • Eye-level with lens
      • Spell and say name
      • Sit close to lens
      • Look at you, not camera
      • Videographer invisible
      • Don’t allow person to hold the mic
      • Avoid talking during interview
    • Framing the Interview
      • Headroom
        • Forehead shots okay
        • Watch to make room for supers or titles
      • Noseroom
        • Distance between tip of nose and edge of video frame
        • Except when talking to people
      • Chin
      • Depth
    • Lighting Your Subject
      • Light source in front of subject
        • Sun in eyes
      • No windows
        • Close blinds
        • Shoot window out of frame
        • Desk lights
      • Light when possible
    • Alt Resume Examples
      • http://mediaontwitter.pbwiki.com/
      • http://twitter.com/themediaishirin
      • http://twitter.com/media_pros
      • http://www.slideshare.net/cbotwell/visual-resume-presentation
      • http://www.flickr.com/photos/7855449@N02/3258568672/
    • Video Resumes
      • http://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=resume+tapes&search_type=&aq=f
      • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=skCWT6Fo2_Y
      • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JFr0xd12kx4
      • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_VPSu9g-L-g
    • Good video resume
      • Part of the social media resume
        • http://www.visualcv.com/mikefoxphotojournalist
      • Short
      • Explains why you’re the best person
      • What you believe
      • Talk about your accomplishments
      • Do a lot of takes
      • Power Switch = film strip is video camera
      • Quick on=Goes to sleep mode instead of turning off – saves battery
      • Start/Stop = Record
      • W/T = Zoom
      • Hit Play bottom to see clips
      • Car/Suitcase=
        • movie settings (wb),
        • sound = playback audio levels,
        • photo settings > down arrow > flash mode > off
      • Centers in the MIDDLE
        • Option (bottom corner) = auto focus (focus on LCD screen)
      • Inside Panel
        • Nightshot = turn on when recording in dark places
        • Display = LCD panel cues turn on/off
    • Shooting Interview Exercise
      • Partner up
      • You will need to do both a
        • “Rule of Thirds” and “Looking into the Camera” interview about who you are, what you believe, what your accomplishments, and what you can contribute