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Man on the Street Interviews

A recent trend within investigative journalism has been a special type of interview, called “man-on-the-street” interviews. For this type of interview, a reporter—or anyone else researching a particular subject in which they need a response from the public—hits the streets to question the public impromptu. If you are thinking about utilizing this type of interview for your research, follow these…

One-Camera Technique vs. Using Multiple Cameras

There are two basic ways to make your video production: One-Camera Technique Multiple-Camera Technique WHAT’S THE DIFFERENCE? Traditionally, films were shot using the one-camera technique. With this technique, one camera is placed in multiple locations and the scene is then repeated multiple times to capture each angle on camera. For a movie, several months are spent shooting the footage and…

Filming an Interview

I recently read an article posted quite a while ago on SEO E-blog on the proper way to film an interview. Even though the article was posted over a year ago, the tips provided remain applicable today. Follow these tips below to make filming your next interview as easy as possible: 1.    Know what your interview is about beforehand. A…

Tips for Capturing a Live Event on Camera

There has certainly been a point of time in all of our lives when we have filmed an occasion, whether it is an amateur video of a niece’s first birthday party, or a professional video of a corporate event. Some rely on an Orlando video production company for their video solutions, but others prefer to do the work themselves. For…

Government Video Production

Though the idea of being presented with government issues may seem uninteresting and/or unappealing, many topics and political platforms can be energized with a dynamic and engaging infusion of creative video production.  There is a true difference between seeing a politician debate millage rates for municipalities on C-SPAN and being present for a speech and rally in person with the…

Electronic News-Gathering

Film in news gathering basically disappeared by the end of the 1980’s, when the distribution of news was easier to broadcast via satellites. When breaking news coverage and hot stories became a riveting addition to cable television, film couldn’t keep up with getting the word out in time.  Film needs to be processed, viewed, and edited before it can hit…