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Host

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Audience
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Camera 1: This camera shoots


person 1 and person 2, when they
talk, this camera also is digitally
zoomed so there is a more close-up
view of the person talking
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Camera 2: This camera shoots the


host
whenever he talks, this
camera also is digitally zoomed so
there is a more close-up view of the
person talking
Camera 3: This camera shoots
person 3 and person 4, when they
talk
Camera 4: This camera moves over
the audience towards the stage at
the start of the show

Camera 1 +
3

Camera 2

Camera 4

The differences between a live and studio set are the amount of things that are getting captured,
for example; in a live show, like football, everything needs to be captured at the same time, so
that nothing is not seen. In a studio, it can be more predictable, with the inclusion of scripts and
everything being planned, this means they can have less camera to be more efficeient.