Tips on shooting an interview with one camera


Via “This specific tutorial is from the Pro Video Tips series presented by author Anthony Q. Artis.”


Editing Interview Footage – Tips and Techniques


Editing Interview Footage – Tips and Techniques
In this tutorial Dave Dugdale and Chris Fenwick take us through the process of editing an interview.

Quote: “I got to watch Chris Fenwick who has been an editor for many years to cut one of my videos while we were at NAB2014.

Warning this is a long video, but I think you will learn a lot like I did.

You can check out Chris Fenwick’s podcasts. Also check out his YouTube tutorials as well. Also his twitter feed.

In the video Chris mentions making a multicam sync tutorial, you can check it out on his site.

From the title of this video, I wanted this to be more about the techniques used by a seasoned editor rather than which NLE was used. I thought Chris did a nice job providing some informative tips.

I was traveling very light with just two cameras but no lighting, I moved the lighting around the best I could in the limited time we had to create this video”.

N.B. Software used: Final Cut Pro X

Source: Dave Dugdale on YouTube

Shooting an Interview


Shooting an Interview

Richard Harrington gives some useful hints and tips on how to carry out an interview including: how to establish a rapport with your interviewee, how to phrase your questions and how to bring your interview to a conclusion.

Source: AdoramaTV


The Art of the Interview


The Art of the Interview

Although this video unashamedly promotes its commercial courses, nevertheless, the points covered are worth listening to, especially regarding how to carry out an interview, putting your interviewee at ease, and how to solicit honest answers to questions.

Source: FilmSkills