Event videography can be a scary undertaking. Because, unlike almost any other sort of videography, you only have one shot to get it right. There's no way that a couple is going to agree to restage their entire wedding just because you messed up a shot, and likewise no band is going to put on a repeat performance because you forgot to prepare right. Naturally, you need to be on your A-game for any event videography job, be it a birthday party, a sports game or even a political speech. One of the best ways to make sure that you're catching all the action that you need is to use multiple cameras. And we've got just the tool to help you do that, a brand new free report titled Multi-Camera Shooting for Event Videography! Using multiple cameras lets you make sure that you capture all the action. Even if you get distracted by one thing, your spare cameras will save your neck... if you set them up right to catch what you need!
This latest free report from Videomaker explains what you need to do to make sure that you use multiple cameras effectively. What can you do to make sure you don't miss the most important parts of the event? Multiple cameras are a great way to get all the angles, but, remember, a camera is only a piece of equipment. That means it's only as good as the person using it. What good are multiple expensive cameras if you don't know the first thing about using them all at once? We'll give you the skinny so that you can juggle two or even three cameras like a professional. This report includes:
- Why Multi-Camera Shoots?
- Camera Placement in Multi-Cam Shooting
- Using Rehearsals for Perfect Placement
- Going To Multiple Performances
- The Blair Witch Effect
- The Camera: A Scene's Invisible Player
- Using Three Cameras When You're Alone
Download Videomaker's latest free report, Multi-Camera Shooting for Event Videography, to get more helpful tips about juggling multiple cameras when you're on a tight deadline. We asked a professional event videographer with extensive concert-shooting experience to share some of his expertise, including a look at the so-called "Blair Witch" effect of event videography. We think you'll find some new tricks here that will help you on your path to improved video. Check it out!