Talking heads, An example of some of the different types of techniques you may want to use.
Here we have several examples of how to correctly position your interviewee and ideas to help them stand out.
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Here's another example of creative background use, using the candles behind and depth of field to create a visually appealing shot. http://www.44-16.com
Here's an example of using mainly natural lighting but with just the smallest LED light being used to help make his eyes stand out. http://www.44-16.com
If you have a lot of talking head interviews happing, then sometimes mixing up the angles can breathe some fresh life into a piece. Here we have a wonderful angle just slightly looking down. http://www.44-16.com
Are you going to have graphics appear in your interview? if so, plan out where you want the Graphic to appear and positioning your subject around it. http://www.44-16.com
Lighting can be crucial to help add a bit of depth to a shot. If you feel that the background is a bit too flat considering a technique similar to this. The slash of light helps the Interviewee stand out and makes it more visually dynamic. http://www.44-16.com
Depending on what type of feel you are going for, placement of your subject can be key. Here we placed our subject in the middle, talking to the camera so that the audience feel that it's more personalised to them. http://www.44-16.com
If you're looking for ways to position your subject have a look at the background. if you have nice scenery then place them to either the left or right so that the can have a visually rich image. http://www.44-16.com
Here is a lovely example of what you can do to help make your interview look interesting. Use depth of field to separate your subject from the background so that the image doesn't look flat or boring. http://www.44-16.com