Anyone who is involved in documentary film, reportage, feature etc. will certainly be familiar with the discussion: Do you record B-Role before or after the interview? There are good reasons for both procedures. If the story unfolds mainly with and through the interview, it can make sense to shoot B-Role only after the interview, because here you know exactly what you need.
On the other hand, a portrait can only get its main focus by "accompanying" the subject with the camera - besides, this creates trust BEFORE the interview and the interview is the "crowning" conclusion and has to be aligned with the previously taken pictures.
If you would like to deal with the question more intensively, you will find Arguments Pro and Contra B-Role before and after the interview in the linked text on Mzed.com.
What do you think? Record B-Role before or after the interview?