I read a good post about the 10 common mistakes people make in video storytelling & how to avoid them. Some of the good points were;
Great Post. Adam has two more posts that can be helpful for this matter:
1 - 10 common video mistakes and how to avoid themhttp://adamwestbrook.wordpress.com/2011/10/24/10-common-video-storytelling-mistakes-and-how-to-avoid-them-adam-westbrook-online-video/
2 - The Five principles of Editinghttp://adamwestbrook.wordpress.com/2011/04/21/the-five-principles-of-editing/
I get that the video is really just a sidecar to the solid sound. My problem now is that even with a quality shotgun on the DLSR, I am sacrificing interview fidelity for composition. So...wireless lav? External audio recorder stashed in a shrub to be synced later?