Videocast Gallery from the STC Summit in Dallas, #stc10

This post compiles all the videocasts I did at the STC Summit in Dallas. You can also browse the STC Summit in Dallas series.

Whitney Hess

Ben Minson

Paul Pehrson

Gentle/Swisher

Larry Kunz

Saul Carliner 1

Saul Carliner 2

Quesenbery/Jarrett

Whitney Quesenbery

Rich Maggiani

Richard Hamilton

Joe Welinske

Brenda Huettner

Bill Swallow/Char James Tanney

Neil Perlin

Adobe Robohelp Madcap Flare

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7 thoughts on “Videocast Gallery from the STC Summit in Dallas, #stc10

  1. Anne Gentle

    Tom, my compliments to your video crew as well as you! They have the rule of thirds down pat. :) Great questions, good audio, and nice framing. Well done, and thanks for all the work that went into these.

    1. Tom Johnson

      There’s not a lot of wide angle space in the video frame camera. so I’m guessing that following the rule of thirds is somewhat coincidental. But maybe not. Someone recommended I get monopod stick to prop the camera on during the recordings. That might be a good idea, but I also like the convenience of absolute simplicity, because it means I can pretty much find anyone to hold the camera for a few minutes.

      1. Anne Gentle

        I suppose it also helps that I’m a bit shorter than you. :)

        As an interviewee, I find it easier to talk to a person holding the camera. Just make sure they have steady hands and a good stance with their feet – your camera person knew what they were doing!

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  3. Debra H. Clark

    Good stuff Tom. I wasn’t able to attend the conference this year, so I enjoyed living vicariously through your videos.

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