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It's good to talk analysis
It's good to talk analysis
It's good to talk analysis
It's good to talk analysis
It's good to talk analysis
It's good to talk analysis
It's good to talk analysis
It's good to talk analysis
It's good to talk analysis
It's good to talk analysis
It's good to talk analysis
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  • 1. 'It's Good to Talk' Analysis Ashleigh Ravenscroft
  • 2. 'It's Good to Talk' From conducting this task, I feel that I have increased my knowledge on filming interviews for a documentary. Our interview followed many of the codes and conventions well but in some parts it could have been improved. However, the few mistakes that were made during this task has helped me understand what to do when it comes to the main task.
  • 3. Good points The interviewee being framed to the right of the screen while the interviewer was sitting to the left of the camera, this resulted in the interviewee looking at the interviewer and not directly at the camera and all questions were cut out so only the interviewee can be heard.
  • 4. Good points The framing of interviewee 2 followed the rule of thirds and was positioned correctly in the frame.
  • 5. Good points The mise-en-scene of the background of the interviews was kept relevant to the topic of the interviews throughout.
  • 6. Good points There was a good variety of cutaways.
  • 7. Good points The font that was used was clear and suitable for the topic/situation and did not distract from the interviewee as it was correctly positioned on the opposite side to the interviewee.
  • 8. Points for improvement The moving background was a little distracting from the main interview and at times covered the interviewee’s facethis could have been improved using green screen.
  • 9. Points for improvement The framing of interviewee 1 could have been better as there was excess space around her.
  • 10. Points for improvement The colouring of the titles explaining the interviewees name and occupation could have been clearer and more stand out.
  • 11. Points for improvement The interviews were too long as they could lose interest of audiences easily, as they should have been shorter to keep audience’s attention. The sound appeared to be too loud in some parts, so interviewees were not easily heard.

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