Evaluation 7

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Evaluation 7

  1. 1. Looking back at your preliminary task what do you feel you have learnt in the progression from it to the full product?
  2. 2. • Since I have done my preliminary task Ive have learnt all sorts of different skills needed for the control of the camera and figure out how long and how fast each shot should be in order to get a good effect.
  3. 3. Editing• My editing skills have improved because Ive figured out when it be the appropiate time to see the other direction from where a person is walking from or walking to I have used editing to create a fast match on action by cropping down shots that I orginally tok for about ten seconds to something that could happen in about two seconds flat order make it hard for the audience to figure whats going on and whos involved in the incident.
  4. 4. The reverse shot• The reverse shot is hardly used because were not having any one to one coversations in this opening. The only time it comes close to have a reverse shot is when the casual guy turns around half way through the alley and the zooms down to the end of the alley after hearing something.
  5. 5. Match on Action• Match on action is constantly used through out my film for example I have just entered an alley way (on the left) and (on the right) you can see me about half way down the alley.
  6. 6. 180 degree rule• Through out the film opening 180 degree rule is obeyed, there was one point at the end of the opening where I showed I swapped from one side of the of the 180 degree rule line to other by using the characters to transfer it over as seen on the next slide.

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