Everything you see here was captured by a second camera, which effectively deconstructs how this short snap interview was made with the deputy head of BBC Newsrooms, Mary Hockaday.
The interview to 5 mins. It took me 5 minutes to load into FCP, and 3 mins to edit, and then 5 mins to load to the web on a 100mb pipe.
However, I have also added a further, you don't have to, 20 mins effectively telecining.
If you look at the tint of the video, you'll notice it's markedly different from the one I posted previously from the second camera filming me.
The aesthetic here is in keeping with where I see Video journalism developing in cinema-reportage, so i have played with the gamma and colours, to give the film an artificial depth of field.