What goes into the making of a great video interview? Join David Pond—the director of photography on the LinkedIn Editorial team—as he steps through the entire production process.
- Video content is everywhere, and everyday we're consuming more. One of the most common types of content is the interview. But, what does it take to film quality content? There are basic filmmaking principles that apply to any production, from narrative film to the interview. I'm going to show you what it takes to film a successful interview, and the principles of framing, lighting and choosing the right location. The best part? We'll put it all into practice filming an interview with LinkedIn's Editor-In-Chief, Daniel Roth. So join me, Dave Pond, the Director of Photography for the LinkedIn Editorial team, in my course, learning all about the world of video interview production.
- Picking the right gear
- Setting up audio
- Key features of the Sony a7
- Lighting your interviews with natural light
- Exterior and interior shooting
- Setting up the audio
- Properly framing your subject
- Interviewing off camera
- Shooting on smart phones
Skill Level Beginner
Lighting a Video Interviewwith Richard Harrington2h 28m Intermediate
Mastering Common Interview Questionswith Valerie Sutton56m 14s Intermediate
Video Foundations: Interviewswith Anthony Q. Artis1h 55m Intermediate
1. Choosing the Right Gear
2. Setting Up the Location
3. Setting Up the Interview
4. Shooting B-Roll
5. Variations on a Theme
6. After the Interview
Backing up SD card1m 5s
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