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Lesson7 slideshow

  1. 1. Lesson 7: Making Selects Lesson 7: Making Selects
  2. 2. Reviewing your Footage Once you’ve exported your footage onto a computer you can view it. Lesson 7: Making Selects
  3. 3. Reviewing your Footage Reviewing your footage is a very important step in the process of creating a video. Lesson 7: Making Selects
  4. 4. Reviewing your Footage Depending on the camera you use, your footage may be in one long piece with no breaks, or your footage may be divided into clips. Lesson 7: Making Selects
  5. 5. CRITICAL PROCESS Lesson 7: Making Selects
  6. 6. CRITICAL In order to prepare to make your selects... PROCESS Lesson 7: Making Selects
  7. 7. CRITICAL ...look for the following things when viewing your footage and make note of them when PROCESS you see them: Lesson 7: Making Selects
  8. 8. First Determine: I What shots came out successfully? Gina Nemirofsky Lesson 7: Making Selects
  9. 9. First Determine: II What shots did not come out successfully? Lesson 7: Making Selects
  10. 10. First Determine: III Did you miss any necessary shots? ? Lesson 7: Making Selects
  11. 11. First Determine: IV Did any technical problems occur? Lesson 7: Making Selects
  12. 12. Then Look For the Following: •strong composition or framing •compelling imagery •interesting movement in the frame •interesting movement of the camera •images that support the story you are telling •images that ask or answer a question Terry Henderson Lesson 7: Making Selects
  13. 13. Then Look For the Following: •strong composition or framing •compelling imagery •ointeresting movement in the frame •interesting movement of the camera •images that support the story you are telling •images that ask or answer a question Michael Fox Lesson 7: Making Selects
  14. 14. Then Look For the Following: •strong composition or framing •compelling imagery •interesting movement in the frame •interesting movement of the camera •images that support the story you are telling •images that ask or answer a question Jamie McConnell Lesson 7: Making Selects
  15. 15. Then Look For the Following: •strong composition or framing •compelling imagery •interesting movement in the frame •interesting movement of the camera •images that support the story you are Luke Cormack telling •images that ask or answer a question Lesson 7: Making Selects
  16. 16. Then Look For the Following: •strong composition or framing •compelling imagery •interesting movement in the frame •interesting movement of the camera •images that support the story you are Jennifer Serchia telling •images that ask or answer a question Lesson 7: Making Selects
  17. 17. Then Look For the Following: •strong composition or framing •compelling imagery •interesting movement in the frame •interesting movement of the camera •images that support the story you are telling •images that ask or answer a question Daniel Lichtblau Lesson 7: Making Selects
  18. 18. Exercise: take # in-point out-point duration comment good ex. 00:25:10:02 00:25:32:02 20 sec. overexposed Y/N You should have Y/N a logging chart Y/N that looks like this: Y/N Y/N Y/N Y/N Y/N Y/N Y/N Y/N Y/N Lesson 7: Making Selects
  19. 19. Exercise: take # in-point out-point duration comment good ex. 00:25:10:02 00:25:32:02 20 sec. overexposed Y/N You should have Y/N a logging chart Y/N that looks like this: Y/N Y/N Take some time with Y/N it while reviewing Y/N your footage to fill Y/N out all of the Y/N information about Y/N your shots. Y/N Y/N Lesson 7: Making Selects

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