Join Jem Schofield for an in-depth discussion in this video Crewing your production, part of Corporate Event Video: Producing Company Meetings and Presentations.
- You've chosen your location, … and it's now time to start thinking about your crew. … And that also has to do with the scale of your production. … I would say that on smaller productions, … let's say that round-table discussion, … that you might be able to approach it more traditionally, … the way you are thinking about a production already, … but you might need more cameras. … So in that situation, we're going to have … a producer-director, we'll have … a director of photography slash lighting director, … and we're also going to have camera operators, … somebody who's dealing with the audio component of it, … you may or may not have somebody who's dealing with talent, … but that also might fall on the producer-director … in terms of their role. … And then, we scale up, and when we scale up … to larger productions, we're going to have to start … to think of that crew a little bit differently. … Each person doing an individual specific role. … So the producer over the entire production, …
- Scouting and choosing your location
- Crewing your production
- Cameras and lighting
- Working with audio mics, monitors, and mixing boards
- Dedicated corporate video spaces
- Technology needed for corporate video