What's in this session?
- New video trends you can expect to see in the next couple of years
- How to get the very best responses when interviewing people - even if they're uncomfortable or newbies
- How to orchestrate a shoot with multiple cameras and multiple people
- Next-level video editing techniques
Show notes and resources
3 Instant Takeaways
- Scott uses Red EPIC cameras. He used more than one EPIC for the shoot and also used other cameras — which became a challenge in post-production. He recommends keeping your cameras the same for color grading purposes.
- Even talking heads can be engaging. Not even the video producers could have believed that just telling this story would be so interesting. But that’s the power of a great story: it tells itself.
- Try having your interview subject look directly into the camera. Around 90% of video that Scott shoots uses a ‘fly-on-the-wall’ technique where the viewer is looking in on the interview. But the ‘into-the-camera’ technique used here created a result where the viewer really engages with the subject.
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