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Re: seminar filming?-thanks

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  • Loreta_Vaidas
    Thanks everyone for responding to my question. You gave me some very helpful and insightful advice! The flip cam was a great idea as a second camcorder option.
    Message 1 of 10 , Feb 25 8:55 AM
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      Thanks everyone for responding to my question. You gave me some very helpful and insightful advice! The flip cam was a great idea as a second camcorder option. Didn't even think about it. And sound, yes, will have to sort that out, if the client decides to actually go for the workshop filming.

      Thanks again!

      Have a great day.

      Loreta

      --- In videoblogging@yahoogroups.com, "ratbagradio" <ratbagradio@...> wrote:
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      > Another complication with 'workshops' is that they are often held in much smaller rooms-- such as in a college. This may be a plus of course, but once you have the participants packed in, along with any furniture -- which may include tables -- your ability to rove will be constrained and similarly your line of camera sight may be obscured as the speakers speak in turn, so that you may be shooting the back of someone's head.
      >
      > This is doubly so if the penchant to create an intimate chat circle is used. During conferences the transitions in the agenda may be so short that it's hard to deal with the sudden rush of people moving from room to room, taking up any positions as they please.
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      > Lesson:check the layout of the room,and the likely position of all participants, before you do your setup.
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      > I've never shot video in these circumstances but I've been confronted with audio recording issues.
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      > dave riley
      >
      > --- In videoblogging@yahoogroups.com, Joly MacFie <joly@> wrote:
      > >
      > > My method has been to run a recorder off the board, but also mainly to
      > > have a Zoom H2 set on 2 chan surround somewhere fairly central.
      > >
      > >
      >
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