The Seven Deadly Sins of Self-Shooting & How to Avoid Them
This 90 minute masterclass and workshop addresses seven of the most frequent faults of self-shooting. This session will give tips on how to tackle: Disorganised kit, strange composition, lack of shots to illustrate story, incorrect exposure, inappropriate focus, trouble with common sound issues and shots that don’t cut together. The masterclass will cover how these faults arise, but crucially will provide take away, simple tips, in each of the areas, so that the attendees can make major improvements to their self-shooting technique. The interactive masterclass will include demonstrations with a C300 and mics, as well and a time for Q&A from attendees about particular aspects of their shooting they’d like help with.
How to Avoid Common Faults of Self-Shooting:
From novice self-shooters (Runner/Researcher level) who want to improve their shooting technique, up to programme makers (Producer/Directors) who want to understand more about self-shooting.
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