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Another thing you could consider is asking open-ended questions and using b-roll between shots, accompanied by narration or other sound bites, like music or ambient sounds such as birds singing or machinery, etc. If you ask the interviewEE, Do you like ice cream? He might say, Yes. But if you say, Tell me how you feel about ice cream., he will start talking about ice cream, which is a lot easier to use than the word yes and will allow the intervieweR to stay out of the video. Using b-roll between the interviewees statements, (not his answers) makes a much nicer presentation and eliminates the need for 2 cameras.