We interviewed some of the attendees of the Woodstock Fruit Festival 2012. There were about 400 amazing people from all over the world. In this video we pres...
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The way the Michael Arnstein interview was done was proper.
Hey WFF video techs,
My tip to you after taking a video production class is: set up the interviews so that the interviewee can sit with and face the interviewer. The camera should be set up just over the interviewer's shoulder to enable the two to have a casual conversation. The rule of thirds is often a good choice. To make a relaxed environment for the interviewee; the camera should never be right in face. You always want an oblique angle to the speaker. The rule of thirds is to imagine 2 lines breaking the frame into three horizontal sections of equal size; the subject is then to be centered on one of these two lines. The only real time to center the subject is for narration. This creates more balance and less of an imposing "vibe" (if you will); in the context of interviews.
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