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Pre-Production Presentation

  1. 1. Research Techniques For Creative Media Industries By Joshua StanleyThursday, 28 June 2012
  2. 2. Budget A Budget is a list of everything you will need, including the price of everything that you need during the production so you know exactly how much is will cost so you you know how much you need before you can start to make your product.Thursday, 28 June 2012
  3. 3. Location Recce In the Location recce sheet you draw a rough sketch of the filming location site, names of the people that grant access to the location, and the name of the location contacts, along with a list of possible health and safety risk worth noting, last but not least a list of potential filming problems that you could encounter on the shooting date, such as the weather. Listing these things is useful as if they do happen your already expecting it and there for it can be avoided or resolved, and also by naming the people that would grant you access to the location later is helpful if you cant gain access or if you forgot who the location contact was.Thursday, 28 June 2012
  4. 4. Overhead Diagrams In an Overhead diagram, you point out all the places you and your crew or where specific people will be during the production so you and your crew all know where you should be, almost like a rough sketch of the location.Thursday, 28 June 2012
  5. 5. Location Release & Content Agreement By asking the people in your production or owners of the location you may be using to sign a Location release & content agreement (legal clearance) saying they have acknowledgement and allow that they or there location will be in the final product, otherwise they could demand that it is removed and they could potentially take you or your company to court.Thursday, 28 June 2012
  6. 6. Risk Assessment The Risk assessment is used for noting all of the possible hazards that could happen during your production at your listed location and the level of the risk to help you do your best to avoid any of the possible hazards. Listing all of the possible hazards and how they could most easily be solved is useful as you can avoid them from happening and such as Tripping on whirr on the set, stick wires to the floor with hazard tape.Thursday, 28 June 2012
  7. 7. Crew Equiptment A Equipment & crew sheet is a list of all the equipment that you will or may need along side with potential actors or crew you will be needing to help film, edit or act when making the product; also, a list of the transport requirements, when traveling to and/ or from locations, and the post- production requirements such as the music that you may need too add on after editing, graphic, sound effects, voice over narration, and found footage or images. listing all of this is useful in the long run, as you may need to rent or book out along with the actors, crew, and transport that you would need to hire before hand.Thursday, 28 June 2012
  8. 8. Ghant Chart a Gantt chart is for listing all the day that you will and wont be filming on. Gantt charts are useful as it helps you organise your time more efficiently, it also stop you spending too much time on one thing as you will be on a schedule.Thursday, 28 June 2012
  9. 9. Contact Sheet A call sheet should include contact information such as phone numbers and/ or email addresses, a shooting schedule, and the address of the shooting location. Call sheets should be given to the crew and cast of the production, call sheets are handy just incase you lose someone from the cast or crew so they are easily contacted.Thursday, 28 June 2012
  10. 10. Storyboards This is a story board, a story board should contain almost all of the content that will be in your production, it’s basically a step by step process of what’s happening, in what shot, lighting, sound, fx, screen action, and camera movement. Story boards are very useful when you actully start making your production as it’s contains of your ideas and plans step by step.Thursday, 28 June 2012
  11. 11. Shooting Script The shooting script is to inform the subjects of what they should be doing, whats going on in the scene. It also helps the cameramen so they know where to stand, what they should be shooting and what angle they should be shooting.Thursday, 28 June 2012
  12. 12. Requirements Requirements are so you remember all the things you need to bring for the production, this is essential as there are usually many pieces of equipment to remember and you wont be able to shoot without all of the equipment.Thursday, 28 June 2012
  13. 13. Footage Log The footage log helps you to understand what shot you should be trying to capture so you can make your production the way you had planned to make it look.Thursday, 28 June 2012
  14. 14. Edit Division List (EDL) The edit decision list (EDL) is useful so you can figure out how it can be edited in order to fit your production, by having and EDL before hand, it make the production a lot easier to edit, and therefore take less time.Thursday, 28 June 2012