How-To: Shoot Interviews

Shooting interviews is an essential skill for any Stringr. Check out our easy tips for acing MOS and other types of interviews in this video blog.

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Before pressing record, you NEED to always think about your subjects position within the setting. How is the light? What is the light source, Is it too dark or too light? What about the surrounding audio, Is it noisy or near something that can make noise?

Knowing the answer to these questions will enable you to quickly adapt to any situation, whether you are shooting inside or outside.

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When you see a video request from Stringr, sometimes we’ll ask for interviews. Interviews, sound bites or SOTS as they are called in the news business are important because it allows those on the scene to share their perspective.

This makes knowing HOW to shoot a basic interview a key skill if you want to be a great videographer.

Here are the basics.  Let’s start with…

Sit-down interviews

When shooting a sit down interview you can set up lights or utilize…

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