• VIDEO

    Posted on May 28th, 2012

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    Camera Movement Techniques

    It is important to evaluate a scene for all of the potential angles of view. And a videographer should shoot from several of points of view to ensure variety. For example, footage taken from both the right and left of or above and below a subject may be combined to off er a more dynamic […]

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    Posted on May 28th, 2012

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    Camera Shots

    Video quality largely depends upon how well the videographer executes camera shots. Likewise, good visual storytelling requires varying shots in a single piece to keep the viewer’s attention and create a dynamic presentation. Regardless whether you intend to become a professional videographer or specialize in another area of storytelling, you should be conversant in different […]

  • VIDEO

    Posted on May 16th, 2012

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    Packages: B-roll, interviews & reporters

    B-roll is supplemental footage that relates to your subject. For example, a story about a breast cancer survivor could include b-roll of her daily activities, participation in charity events, or interaction with her family. Avoid using weak b-roll as filler. B-roll should be compelling and interesting and add visual context to the story. An ideal […]

  • PHOTOJOURNALISM

    Posted on May 1st, 2012

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    The landscape art legacy of Florida’s highwayman

    This week, npr.org posted a fantastic interactive gallery of images for a feature titled “The landscape art legacy of Florida’s highwayman.” Developed to accompany a feature previously aired on All Things Considered, this presentation includes stunning images, narrative video and compelling audio, all packaged together in a simple, yet engaging interactive experience. The The highwaymen […]