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Figure 6.2 A frame divided using the rule of thirds. Lead the eyes and movement of your subject. When people are watching a moving person, there is a tendency to look at the person or the moving object and then look at where they are heading. Recording video with this in mind can help you capture a person s or object s movement in a realistic way as it would normally be seen live. If a person is standing on the left and then moving right, frame the person on the left side and leave room on the right side of the frame for the person to move to. This is often called leading the subject. Adjust focus and exposure. After you line up the shot and zoom in on the subject, you might find the lighting is unnatural, too bright, or too dark. Adjusting the exposure on your video camera can correct these lighting problems. However, if you have control of the lighting and the setting you are recording in, you might want to make adjustments to the lighting on the set. Recording Video to Edit Recording video and audio that you are going to edit and then distribute is often different from simply recording video and distributing it in its entirety without editing. Because you are most likely going to edit the video for your presentation, think of your video in terms of the entire presentation and the pieces of video you need. This can help you determine how small pieces of video work together to form one complete coherent presentation. This means that when you are recording your video, you may record small segments of video, with differing shots and settings as discussed earlier in this chapter. Recording video that you are going to edit lets you take chances and keep recording where you would normally stop recording. Because you can remove unwanted footage in Microsoft Producer, you can keep recording video even if you think it will not be usable in your presentation. The biggest temptation is to stop recording once the shot or scene is finished. However, there are times when you might want to keep recording because you can get some unexpectedly good video that you can use in your presentation. If you stop recording immediately, you might miss footage that you could really use. Video tape is relatively inexpensive, and you can always tape over existing video if you like. How-
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