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How to film an interview?
An interview is a dialogue which is seen from a third position by a spectator. In principal this
interview is made for him.
The interviewer and the interviewed should be seen und understood well, concerning picture and
sound. It is important that both look into the camera after having heard the question and speaking
The most important person is the interviewed, but the interviewer, asking, too.
Filming with a single camera:
Get both persons together, having space to right and left on the screen. Build a triangle between
the two persons and camera. Procure that the camera is not too far, filming without external
microphone, and that there is no noise around. Filming outside is nearly impossible when you have
no microphone due to the wind. Wind noises cannot be erased.
Filming with two cameras:
One camera shows the interviewer in front and the interviewed from the back in side-face. The
other camera does it opposite.
Not necessary to move the cameras. Movements can be generated afterwards in the composing and