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Video production Q&A

M38A1

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Here's the latest attempt at capturing a sermon. I'm pleased with the technical aspect of the capture up to this point.

We worked on getting the key light dialed in on the subject combined with an f/stop great enough to allow for some good DOF. My suggestions are to get the drum set moved to the side of the stage next and get rid of the LED background lighting in place of some other stage lighting (possibly ground to ceiling lighting of some flavor)

Excuse the camera movement for the first 20 seconds or so. I've got the camera on a tripod on some wooden boxes and I need to step on those boxes to engage auto-focus then disengage it.

Canon C200
Canon 70-200 f/2.8 "L" glass
f/stop: 10
Shutterspeed 1/120
ISO 3200?
FPS 60

 
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