Our first attempt at using a google hangout to record a podcast live – it was quite the event! I had microphone problems before we ever started so that put me into a bit of a tailspin but I tried to recover.
“Live podcast” feedback
Since this was the first time we'd used the “live” video format where people who tune in are able to ask questions, it was great to some feedback about the experience. I asked Jacob Cichy (who asked a question during the show) what he thought…
Overall I think it went very well, in spite of the glitches; I like to call them speed bumps.
They say that a film or documentary has three components: audio, video, and story, in reverse importance. Even when the first two are not up to par, the film or documentary will still be good based on story.
Applying that to a pocdcast, it boils down to content and today’s was very good.
I admire you and what you do and you have introduced me to Jason. I am grateful for what you both bring and have brought to me.
I would have asked more questions but was totally intrigued by the conversation as I thought it flowed well. You both have fun with what you do and in an air of honest humility. I appreciate that.
After seeing some of Jason’s work I really admire how he manages to bring story into all of it, including the commercials. I will study more of it as I see that as a goal in my work as an evolving filmmaker.
The best to you all.
Jason is a Director/Cinematographer from Australia. We had a joyous chat about NAB 2014, accessories for filmmaking that are hot, 4k, which cameras Jason is shooting with now, his thoughts on the Sony A7s, which camera he'd recommend to noobs, and more.
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Show notes and links
Jason Wingrove can be found at his site wingrove.tv
Barry Andersson (find his book at that link)
(website) is an award-winning independent filmmaker. His career started with live television video production and now includes several acclaimed short films, a television pilot, commercials, and a feature film.
Pamela Ann Berry describes herself as a “Mom, photographer, video producer, camera operator, actress, always looking to get better and learn more. I want to set myself apart and continue doing what I love.”
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