Events can bring success when they are perfect in every aspect. Starting from staging and lighting to promoting the event, everything matters. However, it is not always about the mega-tasks those need our careful attention, small things like effective audience engagement, placement of LEDs on stage and managing camera angles also need to be managed carefully.
In this regard, here are three small things those may seem small but if done effectively can put a huge impact on your event success.
- Use of cameras with pixel mapping technology
Normal digital cameras cease to function over time due to frequent usage, resulting in the formation of dead and stuck pixels. You will get not-so-good quality photographs despite having high-end digital cameras. It is therefore important to go for an advanced camera with in-built pixel mapping feature. Pixel mapping features perform a radical exploration around the dark & white pixels and improve the quality of the picture. They may cost higher than the expected, it’s better to hire a professional to do the needful.
- Use Lavaliere Microphones
It may be easy to use a wired microphone on stage, but it will feel uncomfortable to move freely over the stage with short wire length. However, making a constant interaction with guests will be easier with a lavaliere microphone. Lavaliere microphones are compact and can be clipped easily to the pocket or collar of your dress. Unlike wired microphone, the presenter needs not to carry it all the time. It gives better audio quality than the rest and enables the presenter to move freely without getting worried about the wire length. Here, it is also primary to pretest the audio quality of the mic. Unwanted noise may create an unpleasant situation. Make sure, the AV rental team has the best noise reduction tools available to take care of the odd.
- Prepare a Backup plan
Technical failures such as non-operative mic, dead batteries in cameras, non-functional LED displays, etc. are quite common during an event. Before starting the event, check with your AV technical team and ensure all backup equipment are present. After all, the show must go on. Sometimes assuming the worst can be productive, especially while managing an event. An event manager must consider the shortcomings and risk associated while organizing an exhibition and prepare accordingly. Look for a perfect event management team, just like Toronto Audio Visuals Rentals, provided you have very less time and expertise to manage the task by own.