How to film an interview with a solo shooter.
Phil asked how we would recommend setting up an interview when the interviewer is also the camera person. What is the best way to set up so you can maintain a basic level of camera operation and still be engaged in the interview?
0:26 Tip 1 – Set up in your favor so you can see camera controls.
0:49 Tip 2 – It’s a conversation and not a performance. Embrace that reality.
1:20 Tip 3 – Talk and check.
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What is #StoryStuck?
There’s a lot of empowerment to be found in a strong and thriving community. There’s enormous opportunity to learn not just from one another’s successes, but from how we work through our struggles as well. It’s about learning and it’s about growing, and it’s about making each story we do better than our last.This is where #storystuck comes in.
Each Thursday, we at Muse Storytelling will tackle a new and interesting challenge submitted by a member of our community. If you’re #storystuck, let us help. To submit and follow the below submission instructions:
To submit your question:
– Create a video of the issue that’s caused you to be #StoryStuck. Shooting your question with a webcam or phone is fine but we do appreciate intentional and creative approaches.
– Limit your video to 30 seconds or less. Brevity is admittedly difficult but worth it.
– Be certain to have a specific question. There’s a lot of potential in articulating a certain issue you’re having—others might be experiencing the same issue.
– Make sure you join our community so that you’re eligible to participate. You can join that list here:
– Subscribe to our YouTube channel so you never miss an episode of #StoryStuck. You can subscribe here:
– Submit your #StoryStuck submission in one of two ways:
Through this special form:
Tweet it to our Twitter account @stillmotion using #StoryStuck (include the hashtag in the tweet).
Stories have the power to change the world. Each story is a rallying cry—to unite, to empower, to heal. And we believe that everyone should have that power.
Muse is a structured storytelling process to help guide you in creating and clarifying your vision and bringing your stories to life. Muse was developed by the 5-time Emmy award-winning Stillmotion team.
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Learn more about our story building software at www.buildstory.org.
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