We strongly encourage you to learn about how Plastic Surgery in Motion works by downloading our app from the Apple store here and the Android store here for instant application.
Technical References for non-app uses:
Studio Set Up and Video Equipment Standards
Minimum requirement – 8 x12 feet (a dedicated studio or a section of a larger room) to ensure camera to subject distant is at 6 – 8 feet, in order to minimize distortions of facial features.
Exception: Hand Surgery videos can be shot less than 4 feet.
Portable or frame-mounted medium blue non-glossy fabrics or paper to produce consistent and professional quality images.
Today, most digital cameras can record decent video images in most normal lighting conditions. In general, bright ambient incandescent ceiling lighting is preferred. If necessary, adjust the “white balance” of the video camera to accommodate light sources, such as fluorescent lighting, etc. If additional light is needed for higher definition videos, experiment with free standing photo flood lights and umbrellas.
Most late model digital video cameras with optical zoom and removable memory cards will suffice. Smart phone and tablet video cameras are also acceptable.
This is a “must-have” to eliminate camera motion and to ensure constant distance between the camera and the subject. Smart phones and tablets should be mounted on adaptors/clamps – available in most photo supply stores.
This is also a “must have” for facial videos to ensure subject stability and consistency in head rotation. Exceptions: Not needed for Breast Surgery and Hand Surgery
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