I have a conversation with New York Times Associate Video Producer, Tim Chaffee, about his experiences working in 360º video and the “shoot and edit one 360-video a day for 1 year” project he participated in.
– Tell us a bit about your background.
– How long have you been with the The New York Times VR team?
– What was your 360-degree video experience prior to the New York Times?
– What’s your favorite VR / 360° experience as of today and why?
– Do you think VR is going to be incorporated into journalism in the future?
– Tell us about 360-video a day for 1-year project.
– What did you shoot with?
– What about audio? How did you capture it?
– What was the workflow for shooting, editing, and publishing the daily videos?
– How did you mix and match recordings from different cameras?
– Did you do color correction?
– Did you add motion graphics?
– What VR plugins do you use in Premiere Pro?
– Tell us about the challenges you overcame and didn’t overcome in this project.
– What about moving shots? How do you not make people sick?
– What’s your opinion about VR in the future?