Nrubloc Posted December 18, 2016 Share Posted December 18, 2016 1 hour ago, Andrew Reid said: People didn't try to do everything on their own in the professional video field of old. For interviews it would be a team A sound guy, a camera man and the actual interviewer. If you're doing all 3 jobs and find it hard, no shame in that... it IS hard Being a camera technician on top of the other 3 roles is just too much. Get an Ice Light 2, keep the GH4, keep the tripod and lav, dump the rest. True... Keep it "relatively" simple if or when possible. Expectations and the focus of things and perspectives change along with the technology and accessibility provided. It's something that has to be accepted or adapted to, but hopefully whatever the content one creates, it can still maintain its intended purpose. I'm always looking for ways of working smarter, not always just harder or longer hours. It is always an evolving process. This short interview is very applicable to the conversation... https://vimeo.com/171153045 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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