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robin
Aug 27, 2020
In Non-Fiction
Interviews that have traditionally occurred in an office or home setting might benefit from a change to an outdoor location. This is generally considered a lower risk than having the crew work in an enclosed space with poor ventilation. However it may introduce problems with audio - microphones will need windscreens, body mics will need to be fitted, etc. Lighting requirements will also change - reflectors, scrims, directional HMI/LED fill lights and sunshades will be required rather than softlights. Power requirements will be different - lots of batteries and/or a generator might be needed to replace conventional power outlets. Clothing and makeup will need to be adjusted for outdoors. Don't forget sunscreen & hats!
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