[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]We film lots of interviews, but mostly focused on one person, with the interviewer next to the camera and cut out of the final video. It was a change when a couple of weeks ago we got a brief to record a two person interview, and to recreate this look:
It's often said in video production circles "you can get away with imperfect footage, but not with imperfect sound". Moreover, great sound can add huge production value.
What goes on around the edges of your video, ie everything else in the frame that is not the subject in the foreground, says bucket loads about you. In film, documentary or stage production it's called the "mise en scene" - the process of setting the stage.
Recently a client wanted a bunch of client testimonial videos, but didn't have the budget for me to go visit and film them all. So instead, they filmed with their Iphone, and I edited, added the intro, outro, nameplate and music. This is how they ended up:
It's cold out there, but what does a video producer do in his spare time? I'm afraid so, I take photo's and videos. Sad I know. Here's and example. A bunch of random shots I'll put under the theme Melbourne in Winter.