If viewers are going to be


If viewers are going to be close to the big screen, any imperfections in camera handling will be magnified. So keep the camera steady (on a tripod if you can), avoid fast zooms, and avoid fast pans. Take time to focus on your subject. Frame your shots to avoid large areas that are much brighter than your subject.

Also, sometimes when a “big screen” is used, the room lights are still on. So make sure your subject is properly lit to show up well in less than ideal viewing conditions.

Good luck!

Ken Hull

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