DSLR Tutorial: How to shoot an interview! (3 film techniques)

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Facebook: facebook.com More DSLR Tutorials only here: youtube.com In this “how to” video we show you our three styles how to shoot an interview / conversation. It doesn’t matter if you have a tripod or not – there is always a nice solution to film an interview. Voice Over: Moritz Janisch Copyright 2012 by Fenchel & Janisch Filmproduktion GbR Twitter: twitter.com More DSLR videos on our channel: www.youtube.com Official website: www.fenchel-janisch.com

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Addison Lash says:

I think it’s a real person because when he says “p” words you can hear the puff in the microphone.

nadimcse1 says:

Hello, have you tried “photo SFX art” (just do a Google search for it…)? On their website you will find a smart free video showing how you can shoot impressive pictures. It made it possible for Daniel to shoot pictures that leave you with that wow-effect after you take a look at them. It may help you as well.

Frank Sandqvist says:

Everyone does not speak english natively, you know.

timknowstech says:

Robot

Van Nghia Nguyen says:

Hi, are you familiar with “Photo SFXart Tricks” (just do a Google search for it…)? On their website you can watch a useful free video featuring the way to make better photos. This made it possible for Joe to make photos which have that jaw-dropping-effect when you take a look at them. I hope it will work for you too.

Andry Banjarnahor says:

how about recording the speech? do i need stereo/mono mic or the built in mic is enough?

TooFresh081 says:

Thanks 4 advice

Jesse Perez says:

Great instruction videos, but for gods sake, adjust your audio levels! There is distortion everywhere. Not very professional

PrinceofArgentina says:

It’s a german!

LikeAcefighter says:

its a voice over created by Moritz Janisch, Its in the description 🙂

Tetrafilms HD says:

How to shoot an Interview with a DSLR; Step 1: don’t use a DSLR.

imabrar85 says:

Hello there, are you familiar with “PhotoSFXart” (google it)? On their website you will find a useful free video explaining how you can create impressive pictures. This made it possible for Daniel to make photographs that leave you with a jaw-dropping-effect whenever you look at them. Hopefully it will help you as well.

DaChrisl says:

Hi FenchelJanisch,

you are talking (and showing) a timer.
– Could you tell me, where I can find (buy) such a timer?

How is it called and does it exist for Nikon cameras?

Thank you! 🙂

Antknee729 says:

iRobot… or iJanisch?

Oyonurbi says:

Hi, are you familiar with “MagicSFXphoto” (just search on Google for it …)? There you will find a great free video showing the best way to make brilliant pictures. It helped Daniel to create pictures that have that jaw-dropping-effect while you look at them. Hopefully it will help you also.

djsDualSound says:

No!… it’s the Barney of DSLR video learners 😀

DoCWaSaBe says:

I recommend using a monopod, it gives a feel between 1 and 3, its small enough to be quickly setup and removed. You can also use it as a stabilizer when using method 1 in this video.

left4movies says:

How hard is it to look in the description and see that the guy speaking is Janisch?

TheMichael408 says:

Dude sounds like a robot

Piitsi says:

First tip makes so much sense and the third tip was something I wouldn’t have thought so easily myself. Thanks!

deanna coco says:

i thought i recognised his voice from my gps

ScrewedMedia says:

Really nice videos! And I like the Deutch voice. It makes it different from the rest!

theaymanmahmood says:

sounds like he’s from thailand…or she.

PuneyGuney says:

he is not english he is from another European country so he specks like a ‘robot’ as it must be harder for him to speak our language.

matrixxhunter says:

How about a glidecam or some short dolly movements.

Manuel RC says:

very good information! thanks!

JulaEntertaiment says:

Germany FTW Kasse Videos! Mach weiter so 🙂

187pod1 says:

you are awesome!

simon44 says:

What about turning the camera upside down? You’d really get people thinking wtf!?

Jad Ardat says:

God, this person’s voice is freaking annoying…but the videos are good..

kawayl says:

Hi, what about with the monopod (manfrotto 561bhdv)?

KeuleMedia says:

no one can ever tell.

videotitan1 says:

Good advice and good information. By the way is the person talking a Robot or is it a real person?

SanJohnProductions says:

yes good idea 😀

photographe06 says:

Good one. How about dual cameras to create multiple angles (seems to be what you used in your example #3). Blaise

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