by Greg Ondera in on Nov. 01, 2016

A Surgical Videographer’s Technique for Capturing the Upper Extremity —  During my years as a surgical tech, hand surgery was one of my favorites to scrub in on. It was not just because you get to sit during the case, but I loved the visibility, the close to microscopic intricacy of the work, and the resiliency of the hand. We were helping those who suffered an ...

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by Greg Ondera in on Sep. 22, 2016

One Technique for Better Live Surgical Video Broadcasts —  Anyone who has ever toured a television studio can tell you that the SCR (studio control room) is typically walled off from the stage and audience in a sound tight room, often over-looking the stage like a skybox at a football game. The BBC originally coined this skybox “the gallery,” not to be mistaken with peanut gallery, ...

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