Did you know how we produce a video of teaching sessions?
Let’s see some of our BTS! The teaching course is How to Do Italian Macarons.
First, we need to get to the studio before the teacher arrives because we need to set up the equipment we need, like a camera, lighting, and microphone.
Before the shoot, our director Felix Khu arranged for his crew to set the light. We used mainly two lamps with softboxes which are Nanlite FS300 AC LED Monolight and Nanlite Forza 60 LED Monolight to show the teacher's face more three-dimensionally and also used the different colored GODOX TL60 RGB PAVO Tube Light to create different moods at the end.
In this shooting, we are using three cameras to record the sessions, which are Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera 4K, Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera 6K, and Sony A7sii. We are using Sony A7sii with Canon 50mm 1.8 to record scenes from the teachers' briefing. Place the Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera 6K above the teacher and the Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera 4K next to the teacher to record what the teacher is doing.
- Screen of Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera 6K
As we were shooting the whole course, we shot for almost 7 hours. Apart from the time we had to concentrate on the teacher's teaching, the whole atmosphere was very relaxed and enjoyable.
In the past few years, craft art has become an easy way to attract millennials and spark their curiosity, although it is difficult to determine the great value of the artisan community in terms of skills, we all know that once a craft is lost, it is very difficult to retrieve.
Through this shoot, we feel that we are spreading education to the public, teaching lessons, and making it easier and more accessible for the public who want to learn to have fun and achieve. We feel very honored to be part of such a meaningful course shoot! And got to eat some delicious Italian macarons too!