Doing IMAG with remote pan/tilt/zoom cameras

July 17, 2006

I recently did a gig where we used the built-in remote control pan/tilt/zoom cameras in the venue to do IMAG. The gig was a big (250 people) choir with a very small band and some soloists and speakers etc. Audience of 1000 on two nights.

Using PTZ cameras is becoming a popular configuration in some church installs due to the low visual impact of the PTZ cams compared to manned cameras on tripods, so I was curious to see how well it would work for a live switched IMAG gig going to the projection screens. Read more to see how it went…

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Gig Blog: Shooting a wedding service…in widescreen!

August 18, 2005

This is the post-gig analysis on a 3 camera shoot of a wedding service that we filmed recently. What did we learn Mainly…that we still have stuff to learn! but also widescreen is great, but needs some thinking through. Read more for the details…

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Gig Blog: IMAG for a big Orchestra and Choir – preparation is the key!

August 31, 2003
64 piece orchestra, 50 strong choir, IMAG, song
words, and a presentation. A potential nightmare? Forewarned is
forearmed!

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