Chico, CA (PRWEB) May 22, 2012
Videomaker magazine has released a complete guide to the single most essential aspect of event videography, just in time for the spring wedding season. Learn how to juggle the demands of multiple cameras with a free report from Videomaker Magazine, Multi-Camera Shooting for Event Videography.
As the warm spring and summer weather approaches, it's the time of year for weddings, concerts, and outdoor sports – all the exciting events that are a videographer's bread and butter. But event videography also presents one of the toughest challenges, because, unlike almost any other sort of videography, an event videographer has only one shot to get it right.
There's no way that a couple is going to agree to restage their entire wedding just because the videographer messed up a shot, and likewise no band is going to put on a repeat performance because the videographer forgot to prepare right. Naturally, every camera person needs to be on their A-game for any event videography job, be it a birthday party, a sports game or even a political speech. One of the best ways to make sure to catch all the action is to use multiple cameras.
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