Improving sound quality is an aspiration for many press photographers as they build up their skills in a multimedia world. Colleagues know all about how to capture great images but “sound” is proving to be a trickier proposition.
Ross Linton is a highly credentialed sound engineer who lectures at Australian Film, Television and Radio School. He will provide you with techniques and tips for enhancing audio in your videos, providing you the change to be crystal clear with your audience in every way.
September 7, 9am to 10.30am
Sydney Convention and Exhibition Centre
RECOMMENDED AUDIO EQUIPMENT VIDEOS AND ARTICLES
An article and video about syncing vision & sound using PluralEyes.
A detailed article by Philip Bloom about DSLR audio shortcomings, and how to overcome them.
An excellent short video demonstrates the uses of a quality camera gun mic.
Philip Bloom demonstrates the best methods of recording sound with DSLR cameras. http://vimeo.com/videoschool/lesson/16/recording-sound-for-dslrs
A video shoot-out between the Rode Video MicPro and the Sennheiser MKE400.
A video showing the Smartlynk system of recording sound with a DSLR camera.
AUDIO EQUIPMENT SUPPLIERS
Lemac Film & Video Equipment
14/16 Punch St
Artarmon NSW 2064
P: +61 2 9438 4488
My Myk Pty Ltd
PO Box 167
Cremorne NSW 2090
P: +61 2 9953 0162