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ABOUT THIS MODULE

As a documentarian, you are forced to shoot what’s available – no matter where in the world your shoot may take you.  When you’re shooting interviews, the setting must not only meet the technical requirements of lighting and sound, but it must also add to the story your subject is telling.
 
In this module you will learn what to look for in potential locations, how to work in the all-too-common hotel room or conference room, how to make sure a space is rights-cleared, and how to create a comfortable environment for your subject.
 
Learn to develop an eye for what will work when shooting documentary interviews on the road and enhance the look of your production.
 

IN THIS MODULE

  • 18:53 video that walks you through steps to choosing the best location for your interview shoot
  • Illustrated companion guide

LEARN

  • How to find a location that serves the story
  • Set dressing techniques
  • How to scout a location
  • How to shoot in a small location
  • How to deal with rights management and clearance of copywritten materials
  • How to shoot in hotels when on the road
It was a very well thought out video and I love the attention to detail and the fact that the subject matter focused on the
aesthetic and storytelling aspects of editing.
 
   - Cedric Pounds, Chabot College
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