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How to Shoot Video for Documentation Purposes

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How to Shoot Video for Documentation Purposes
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A 1996 Federal Highway Administration film (VH-387).

This film is available courtesy of FedFlix (public domain).

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Duration: 7:34
This video provides simple tips and techniques to shoot better video for documentation purposes. Construction video may be required to document the date, time, location and process of various construction activities or usage of equipment, or could be used to settle disputes, as evidence in court, for in-house training, or for public viewing. This concise video shows examples of both good and bad footage, and covers advance preparation, camera position and settings, the importance of using a tripod or otherwise steadying the camera, the problems with using pan and zoom, the use of wide, medium and close shots, framing and more.
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