Tips for Getting Good Video Interviews

Posted on 3/21/2010 by Gail A Mooney | Printable Version | Comments (0)

More and more still photographers are getting into video because of the appeal of the hybrid still cameras that also shoot video.  Photographers love the visual coming out of these big chip cameras – what’s not to love?  But they quickly find out that if they aren’t just going to be laying visuals down to a music track, they will need to start thinking about their audio – specifically a narrative track or one driven by sound bites from interviews.  I work in the corporate sector, as well as create documentaries, so I do a lot of interviews.  The interviews, along with a scripted voiceover comprise my audio track and drive the story.  


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Gail Mooney is a partner with Kelly/Mooney Productions, a video production company specializing in corporate, NGO's and institutional videos.

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