Running on 20% power at a budget of $3 per day.
Update: 12 hours later
Update: After the weekend
This women is firing pearls with an Uzi. The video below is about how to do a good TED talk, and present it in the best possible way. Presenters and producers should be able to glean allot from it. Enjoy.
Below is one of the TED videos I shot and edited. This is an example of the hardest one I had done. Despite issues out of our control, like lighting design, this speaker had too much words over too many images all at the same time. So the choice for the editor, me, was to show either the presenter or the images….. or both. The people at TED hated this cut, and I honestly do not blame them. It simply does not have the look and feel of a TED video. But the lesson learnt was this:
A TED talk must start as a TED talk to end up as a TED Talk.
(I’m talking about visualization and planning, in case you missed the point.)
Talking Head – All In:
- Filming a speaker doing a continuous talk or presentation.
- Voice recording is done via lapel microphone.
- Additional microphones for Q & A sessions can be arranged.
- Power-Point slides are inserted into the relevant positions.
- Starting and ending graphic or video is inserted for greater aesthetics.
- Lower third with branding colors with speakers name and title is added.
- Both sound and video is enhanced before upload.
- Uploaded, transferred, or embedded to destination of your choosing.
- Ready in under than 48 hours after filming. Contingent you readiness of slide and media.
- Live streaming or relay to another location can be arranged.
- PDF version of this slide can be downloaded here: (right-click, save link as…)