What items would I always take in my toolbox to a VLOBLIVE gig? Read on to find out.
Making eye contact with the audience means looking into the camera for IMAG, but do your artists know where to look? Here’s some tips…including a REALLY cheap way of faking a tally light on a FOH camera…read on.
Most IMAG gigs need at least one camera out in the audience to capture the front on shot of the artists looking at the camera and therefore making eye contact with the audience. But where to put it..
One of the eternal questions for VLOBLIVE video is how close do the FOH cameras need to be to get good shots. The answer, of course, is …it depends..read more for details.
it sounds a bit narcissistic but a good way to learn how to get better at doing video mixing is to record your own mixes to tape or via a fixed DV cam, and watch them back later. Here are some suggestions on how to get the best out of it….
More often than not, someone at every gig will ask you “hey are you recording this?”. What you answer will depend who is asking, when they are asking, and why they are asking…
“This projector is just too bright” – not something you hear too often at VLOBLIVE gigs!
So is there anything you can do, short of shelling out more cash, to improve the problem of projected live video being too dark.