Cinematography for Interviews: 7 Best Practices - Written by John Klein

jodymichelle

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Cinematography for Interviews: 7 Best Practices - Written by John Klein

Here are the 7 Best Practices at a glance.

(# 1.) Depth is key.
(# 2.) Turn all the lights off when you arrive in the space.
(# 3.) Simple backdrops solve problems.
(# 4.) A little soft light goes a long way.
(# 5.) Windows are not your friend.
(# 6.) Keep your eyes open.
(# 7.) Lastly…make your subject comfortable.

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Maura B.

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This is a really cool article! I completely understand the point about windows. They are really not your friends, especially during daytime!
 

Robert Miller

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Right on point, if your subject is not comfortable, all the gear that you have will not be able to express the emotion properly
 
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