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Getting the sound Right
When you record a life story, sound is one of the most crucial things to get right. If you donít, you can end up with a nice looking video that either nobody can hear properly, or that the sound quality is so bad that nobody will ever want to watch it. To get the sound right I recommend using a tie clip or lavalier microphone. It doesnít have to be a very
I read this paper at http://www.lifebio.com/WhitePapers/B...emory_Care.pdf
It discusses the benefits of life review or recalling and retelling one's life story for people with early signs of Alzheimer's. One way of doing this is on video. I wrote a blog about how to record someone's life story on video. It's not specifically for Alzheimer's sufferers but it might be of some use.
This is an introduction to how to shoot a life story