QUOTE (Kristofer Dahl @ Mar 31 2008, 10:59 AM)
Great idea to start a topic about this Joe!
Here is what I think - but I am interested in hearing what everyone else thinks about this as well (we all have been students!)
I think you are missing to most valuable "extra" angle here, which is the one shot from above. The reason I consider this one valuable is because the student watches his own hands from above.
Also - I don't really see a purpose of having "Angle 1 Left Hand inside" and "Angle 2 Left hand Out" as they seem very similar to me.
So what I would consider most useful "extra" angles:
1 left hand from above
2 right hand from above
3 close up on left hand
4 close up on right hand
Cool, now things are a bit more clear to me, inside and outside shots gives in my opinion different angle to see the little movement of the hand, and what is hided by the hand itself duo to perspective, specially were complex chords are used, anyway this is my point of view, I'd like to produce lessons with angles that you and users like most, so let's see what other members prefer also
(I've started a topic similar to this in the normal forum)
So if I've understood it right, and I see some logic in it, is a close view from a spectator point of view (3 close up on left hand 4 close up on right hand) and a close view from the player point of view (1 left hand from above 2 right hand from above)
Am I right? Because I'll go for this as standard as long as other members requests and spot other point of view