I would like to discuss this interesting topic.
This morning, I was watching Channelnews aisa from a bus on the way to work. They were reporting Fann Wong and Christopher Lee's wedding. BTW, Congratulation to them. Suddenly an "UIP" walked pass in front of the video camera. . I though 7th month was over. There are "ghosts" floating around?
Definition: UIP = Un-Identify Person
1) If you are videoing an important moment of a wedding or an event. And someone walked in front of your camera. What will you do? Will you be showing this clip to the couples or the customers? And how you going to explain to your client?
2) Will there be a control on the area you are shooting? How you are going to set the boundary?
3) Can the "ghosts" be digitally removed?
The reason why I have to discuss this topic is that we are entering into the video era. This situation will happen and it will spoil your shots. We are dealing with shooting moments that happened only once and with no re-run.
Somemore the case I mentioned happened on the national TV.