This will be the first of three posts about the basics of IMAG. We should probably start out with an explanation of what IMAG is: IMAG stands for “Image Magnification,” and is live multi-camera coverage of an event on big screens so the entire audience can see what’s happening on the stage. It’s similar to multi-camera...
The previous post in this series covered the basic gear involved with an IMAG system. If you haven’t had a chance to read it yet, go check it outcheck it out so you’re up to speed.
Part 2: The Positions
The last two posts covered the equipment and crew that it takes to run a successful IMAG show. Now we’re gonna wrap it all up by talking about how to take your gear and your crew and run your show well.
Part 3: The Technique
We’re mainly going to be talking about technique from a...