Photo volunteers and policies

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WikiConference North America 2016 • San Diego, California
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Photography and videography are welcome at WikiConference North America. Photographers and videographers are encouraged to release their images and video under a Creative Commons license and/or make them accessible by uploading them to Wikimedia Commons, YouTube, or other publicly accessible repository.

Attendees will wear lanyards indicating their personal preference regarding photography. Red lanyards indicate that the attendee does not consent to appearing in photographs and/or video. WikiConference policy requires all attendees, including members of the press, to respect the wishes of attendees wearing the red lanyards by refraining from photographing or videotaping them and by deleting any images or video accidentally taken of these attendees. Violating this policy is grounds for removal from WikiConference under the Safe Space Policy.

Surreptitiously photographing or videotaping attendees or using photography or videography to harass attendees is also grounds for removal under the Safe Space Policy.

Video personnel

We welcome more videography volunteers! Please sign up using our online sign up form to indicate your availability and interests.

Video experience is helpful but not required. Volunteers will be required to meet via Google Hangouts with Pine prior to the conference, and will be required to be present at the library at 8:30 AM on Saturday morning to help with coordinating video for the day. While it is helpful if video volunteers can be available for Saturday through Monday, partial availability is OK.

Video equipment

Camcorders and video-capable cameras

  • Cascadia Wikimedians camcorder
  • Pine personal camera
  • Fuzheado camcorder
  • Bluerasberry camcorder
  • Gtsulab (talk) 13:49, 26 September 2016 (EDT) personal camera
  • Jcline (talk) 21:14, 5 October 2016 (EDT) My own gear

Tripods

  • Pine (1 or 2)
  • Fuzheado (1)
  • Gtsulab (talk) 13:48, 26 September 2016 (EDT)(1)
  • Jcline (talk) 21:15, 5 October 2016 (EDT) My own gear

Lav microphones

Wired

  • Cascadia Wikimedians (1)

Wireless

  • None so far
  • Jcline (talk) 21:17, 5 October 2016 (EDT) My own gear - tiny mp3 audio recorder can be clipped to person (synced to video in post production)

Photo personnel

Casual moments
  • w:en:user:geraldshields11, still photography only Please contact me through w:EN:user:geraldshields11 to coordinate the photographs
  • SuperHamster, still photography only - will be photographing casually while participating
  • Checkingfax (Wayne Calhoon), still photography or video with handheld high end Blackberry Priv smartphone camera - can video in 1080p or 4K and up to 60 fps - will be available to photograph casually while participating
  • Funcrunch (Pax Ahimsa Gethen), still photography only - can take pix of the speaker(s) at any sessions I attend
  • Thewellman still photography only - emphasizing architectural and natural features of conference location
  • Montanabw. Will bring the Coolpix point-and-shoot and the cell phone. Will be at conference throughout, will take casual photos, and camera has some minor video capacity. Won't be photo of the year, but might capture some "Kodak moments"...  ;)

Photo equipment

  • NEX-5 held by geraldshields11
  • Canon T3i held by Kevin (SuperHamster)

Video accessibility

Posting videos to Youtube and Commons, etc.

  • For YouTube and Wikimedia Commons, see geraldshields11
  • * Jcline (talk) 21:19, 5 October 2016 (EDT) Not sure exactly what this section means however I plan to produce and upload my own videos which I shoot. This will take some scheduled time post-event especially depending on the resolution I choose to produce. I can shoot 1080p however I plan on 720p or perhaps 480p for seminar material. Audio quality is more important than video resolution in seminar material.
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