This past week I had the opportunity to work for Richfield Video Productions in Oklahoma City at the Morgan Grand National Horse Show.
We had a crew of about 20 and created a live webcast, individual recordings for riders in their specified classes, as well as general "scans" (recordings of each class for future use by anyone who might require it).
I acted as a sales representative, isolated recording camera operator, live camera operator, and webcast director. My primary function was as a director. I directed around 10 of the session which lasted from 2 to 5 hours long.
It was a great experience as I learned the best ways to shoot horses and their riders to showcase their skills, give an educated viewer a detailed show, and provide an uneducated viewer with an appealing experience with the opportunity to learn.
This company continues to grow and have more demands from other national horse shows seeking their services. They labeled this week their best show yet. I was honored to help them this past week and hope to do so again in the future.
You can watch the final night's webcast below, as well as more of the week's sessions on Richfield's website (linked to the image above).