Anyone know of any good resources for lighting techniques for a two person, three camera over-the-shoulder interview? I need to light both the interviewer, and the interviewee, and they will be facing each other. There would be one camera on each person, plus a third camera as a wide shot.
Hey guys, does anyone know the laws concerning true movies? or movies based on a true story? I am currently writing a script about a serial killer that is still alive. Several of the victims families are still alive as well. We are going to meet with the killer in prison next week.
Big question (and I hope the answer isn't what I think it is):
When using a DV tape to record and transfering from the camcorder to the computer via firewire, must one do so in real-time?
Is there any work arounds to this incredibly inconvient process?
-Older Panasonic Consumer Camcorder, DV Tape, Mac OS Latest, 4gig Ram, 160g 5,400 rpm HDD internal (100g free), 1TB Ext Hdd 7,200 Rpm, Adobe Premiere cs4 & Apples Video editing suite
I'm tryingto create a company specializing in the production of music video, I try to make a choice between the Sony Z7, Ex1 and the Panasonic HPX 300. Help me please to choose which one could give me a quality such as these clip?
it would also be really useful to know a little about these lights, or whatever you feel is relevant! thank you in advance!
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I've noticed over the last 10 years the production industry has undergone a significant upheaval. Prior to the middle '90's, if you wanted to work in the production industry you had to work for an established house, a network or affiliate, or go into major debt to start your own company. Since '96, the technology changed with the advent of DV, MiniDV, the breaking of AVID/Apple's stranglehold on Non-linear Editing and the perfection of the Sony Handycam.
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