I'm shooting a short this weekend, and the director recently decided that he wants to have the actors improv a lot of the dialog. A big portion of the film is an intense argument, so there will be a lot of movement, stepping on lines, etc.
We've been prepping this as a single camera shoot for about a month, but now we're worried it won't cut together if there's too much variation between takes.
My first thought is to trade our Varicam LT for 2 GH5s and cross cover the dialog. What do you guys think? Is there any way to cover chaotic improv with a single camera?
Edited by Frank Hegyi, 24 January 2018 - 03:28 PM.