Go To Team Vegas Crew with CNN on Money
Tech and online companies have slowly been taking over the working world, and we haven’t been hearing many complaints!
Technology is constantly evolving, and it has allowed flexibility for both employers and employees. Working remotely is no longer a culture shock, and tech equipment only becomes more powerful!
To keep up with the latest in tech-based startups and products, the Consumer Technology Association (CTA) began holding an annual convention: the Consumer Electronics Convention (CES). The convention has evolved into the world’s gathering place for all who thrive on the business of consumer technologies.
This year, CES was held in Las Vegas and covered by CNN Money. Our Las Vegas cameraman, Ethan Sneed, was there to help capture it all!
“We saw all sorts of products — rings that turn any surface into a trackpad, smart bottle openers, augmented reality glasses,self-driving cars. It was full of all kinds of crazy gadgets!” – Ethan Sneed
The event revolved around Switzerland and the House of Switzerland (which is a brand of the Swiss Department of Foreign Affairs). This is the first year that Switzerland has officially participated in CES. Our crew was excited to shoot news standups, look-lives, and interviews throughout the course of the convention!
Our crew did everything from on the fly, over the shoulder interviews to full on lighting setups. They traveled to all three convention halls, which ranged from the Las Vegas Convention Center to the Sands Expo in the Venetian. All footage was shot on a Sony FS7, and Generay light panels were used to light talent when possible.
Working with CNN Money is always a fun experience, and our crews are looking forward to working with them in the future!