Jon Spenceley wrote an excellent article (including a short video clip) for Vidyard last month that was so to-the-point, it’s worth sharing with my audience. You can see it here. Because nearly all my video work is “non-studio,” I am keenly aware of optimum surroundings for shooting. Jon’s “tip number 2” speaks to something I am adamant about: quality audio. I have a full array of microphones, including several full wireless kits, that ensure I am capturing the best sound I can.
I do lots of conferences, seminars, political forums and other gatherings where there is lots of activity, and this can actually enhance the video I’m shooting by presenting an energetic environment. But before cameras start rolling, I make sure all the key aspects of the video are taken into account. That produces good video and happy clients.
And that’s as good as it gets!