BY ADAM IRVING, IDA You’ve no doubt seen these before in a documentary: an interviewee sitting just inches in front of a bookcase, with the individual book titles visible and distracting; a house plant invading the frame; an incandescent desk lamp in the background whispering for attention while the interviewee’s eye-line is awkwardly off to […]Read more "Beyond the Talking Head: Shooting Documentary Interviews"
by Nat Eliason, Peta Pixel Ever since I decided to start learning photography, I’ve been looking for a good catalog of composition ideas. Once you figure out the mechanics of how a DSLR works, getting good at the composition of your photos seems to be the 80/20 of rapidly improving at photography. I looked around […]Read more "30 Composition Styles for Taking Good Pictures/Video"
August 13, 2015 by Evan Horisk, Vice President, Creative + Production at TANE Digital Video I created a Pinterest board to help clients visualize: 1. The different ways we can frame interviews 2. The different “looks” in various environments 3. “Looks” we can aspire to do 4. …what it will look like with multiple cameras […]Read more "Framing Interviews: Standard to Avant-Garde"