Good Interview tips#1 Do your home work: Know who your talking too and what your talking about Don't try to wing it, have question written down and have extra thoughts Don't use yes or no questions, think like a journalist. keep the subject looking at you, and don't ask him or her to look at the camera or tun the camera. Camera tips defuse your light source nose room, head room (no space above head, eyes 2/3 from bottom),watch the hands use the proper background and be creative 3 point lighting: the building blocks of lighting Key light: The brightest light, adds drama Fill light: add light to the key lights shadow Hair light or back light: lights up the back of the subject and separate the subject from the background Background light: if you can't get a Hair light this highlights the background.
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