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Better Location Shooting by Paul Martingell

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Chapter 6

Interview Shooting Techniques

For most types of TV shows, documentaries, sequences, and corporate videos an interview with a presenter, a guest, or a celebrity will probably need to be shot (Figure 6.1).

Fig 6.1 Crew filming interview.

In fact the humble interview is the bread and butter of most days, shooting, so it’s a good place to start and get a few tips on how best to handle different situations. We’ll start with some fundamental camera setups and tips for interviews, then move onto a location lighting rig that works for interviews in many situations but that can be adapted to suit different places and different locations. ...

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