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Sometimes I get interviewees who will occasionally spit a bit on certain words, due to the lighting it is reflected somewhat noticeably on larger screens.

 

Is this a common thing with interviews? I don't notice it too often. Is this because they hire a guy specifically to paint out stuff like that in the HD era?

 

Thanks for your inputs.

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I highly doubt they hire anyone to paint out mostly anything on an interview. I honestly can't think of a time I've ever had trouble with spittle on an interview myself; but you also may try altering your lighting more frontal on such subjects so as not to back-light any which does come out.

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