Top Tips for Placing Talent
October 31, 2017 @ 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM PDT
When setting up a scene or interview, where and how you place your talent makes all the difference in the world. In this webinar Barry Andersson will teach you some best practices for making sure your talent is in the right place.
– How to decide the best placement in a given room
– How to decide the best eye line for talent
– How to choose blocking to enhance the scene
Our job is to make the image look great and at the same time making the talent look great. Learn tried and true tips for your next production.
Barry Andersson is an award-winning director and cinematographer. His career started with live television video production and now includes many acclaimed short films, several television pilots, numerous commercials, and a pair of feature films. Mr Andersson takes his real world experiences and shares those images and lessons with everyone from the US Marine Corp combat camera teams, many of the leading teams of the four major sports leagues, leading universities around the US as well as leading productions looking to take advantage of the latest technology. Mr Andersson is also the author of the DSLR Filmmakers Handbook.
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