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Live Studio and Outside Broadcast Production | Grass Valley

Live Studio and Outside Broadcast Production | Grass Valley | Show Production Camera | Scoop.it
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This articles talks about the advantages of working in a studio verses, not having a studio. They say it better having a studio because you an control the enviroment. Being outside you have to work twice as hard to get the exact out look you want. You also have to think about the weather, sun lights and many more details when working outside. 

 

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TV Production Crew Positions

TV Production Crew Positions | Show Production Camera | Scoop.it
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This article is the different positions for a full crew of a production staff. It has the responsibilities for each position and what they are in charge of complelting. 

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Which Camera for live events? EX-3, PMW 200, XF305... | Philip Bloom Forum

The company I work regularly for are considering a new camera, which will pretty much be used exclusively for Corporate Live Events (they have an FS100...
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This article is about the different cameras, and lenses that most companies use for live productions to film concerts and events. 

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Andrew Nicholas's curator insight, December 7, 2014 1:36 PM

Its important to have the best camera for your event. Multiple things are a factor. Your budget, the sects of the camera, the weight of the camera, attachment options, there are many more things to think of when purchasing a camera. 

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Sports: The Camera | Videography | Production

Sports: The Camera | Videography | Production | Show Production Camera | Scoop.it
School Video News is the TV/Video production eMagazine for teachers and administrators. Articles and videos on all aspects of TV/Video production in the K-12 environment.
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This article explains the different camera shots that are in sports and expaning why they have wide shots and side angels. I thought this website was very interesting, and informational. 

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Andrew Nicholas's curator insight, December 7, 2014 1:25 PM

The position of camera are important especially in a live sport. If a cameraman were to miss an important shot, his job could be on the line. You can not expect the other operators to have a good shot. Although you are being told when you are about to be live, your camera could go live at any time. 

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The Multi-Camera Shoot | Videomaker.com

The Multi-Camera Shoot | Videomaker.com | Show Production Camera | Scoop.it
Helpful hints for mixing multiple cameras live to tape.
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This Article talks about using multiple cameras and how it is advantage because they can try out multiple shots for one scene. It also saves the camera crew some time, because they don't have to keep moving the camera. It might cost more for having more cameras but it can be worth it.

 

 

Pro - Being able to use multiple camera shots and unlimited camera views. 

Con- It cost a lot more moeny to have multiple camera on a studio. 

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Andrew Nicholas's curator insight, December 7, 2014 1:33 PM

It is very beneficial to have multiple cameras on a shoot and almost essential for a live shoot. Having multiple cameras gives you the freedom to cut back and forth between shots giving the viewer a more interesting viewing experience.