Shooting Schedule
Day 1• We rehearse the intro to our song, we get all  the actors use to their characters, and figure  out how to use our s...
Day 2• Shoot the intro with all cast involved. Shoot  more then once so we are able to choose from  varies clips due to in...
Day 3• Begin to rehearse the flash backs for verses 1  and 2, for this scene we have to figure out a  way to show it is no...
Day 4• Shoot the flash backs with all cast involved.  Shoot more then once so we are able to  choose from varies clips due...
Day 5• Move to a studio to rehearse the performance  aspect of our piece, get the actors use to there  instruments and use...
Day 6• Shoot the chorus with all cast involved. Shoot  more then once so we are able to choose from  varies clips due to i...
Day 7• Rehearse the final verse as it is now in present  time, figure out the different angles to shoot  from and figure o...
Day 8• Shoot the final verse with all cast involved.  Shoot more then once so we are able to  choose from varies clips due...
Day 9• Work on the bridge components of our song  and the outro as they link, figure out the  timings between each visual ...
Day 10• Shoot the bridging components with all cast  involved. Shoot more then once so we are  able to choose from varies ...
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Basic shooting schedule

  1. 1. Shooting Schedule
  2. 2. Day 1• We rehearse the intro to our song, we get all the actors use to their characters, and figure out how to use our surroundings to have the most effect on the audience. Figure out the different camera shots we could possibly use.
  3. 3. Day 2• Shoot the intro with all cast involved. Shoot more then once so we are able to choose from varies clips due to inconsistent quality.
  4. 4. Day 3• Begin to rehearse the flash backs for verses 1 and 2, for this scene we have to figure out a way to show it is not present time but the past, once again we get the suitable characters use to there stage directions and costumes they need to wear
  5. 5. Day 4• Shoot the flash backs with all cast involved. Shoot more then once so we are able to choose from varies clips due to inconsistent quality.
  6. 6. Day 5• Move to a studio to rehearse the performance aspect of our piece, get the actors use to there instruments and use to being in front of lighting. Figure out different shots we can use to help in defining the band.
  7. 7. Day 6• Shoot the chorus with all cast involved. Shoot more then once so we are able to choose from varies clips due to inconsistent quality.
  8. 8. Day 7• Rehearse the final verse as it is now in present time, figure out the different angles to shoot from and figure out the costumes to wear.
  9. 9. Day 8• Shoot the final verse with all cast involved. Shoot more then once so we are able to choose from varies clips due to inconsistent quality.
  10. 10. Day 9• Work on the bridge components of our song and the outro as they link, figure out the timings between each visual of the band members and there attitudes and facial expressions during this bit.
  11. 11. Day 10• Shoot the bridging components with all cast involved. Shoot more then once so we are able to choose from varies clips due to inconsistent quality.

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