1: Facebook: Social networks such as Facebook are useful for us as a group
to plan when we are going to film, as well as share ideas or news.
2: Twitter: Twitter is an effective method of attaining audience feedback and
3: Google+: Various sites such as YouTube and Blogger are owned by
Google, and therefore this network is another alternative method of sharing
views and attaining audience feedback.
4: Mobile Phones: As well as being used to take pictures for planning, mobile
phones are effective for planning within our group for shooting dates and times.
1: Samsung ST700: This is our main camera for filming, and will be used for
the majority of shots. It is a high quality compact camera the will allow us to
record in high quality.
2: Gorilla Tripod: A Gorilla tripod is a small tripod that allows us to grip the
camera to more difficult objects such as corners or walls or moving objects
such as skateboards, that an ordinary tripod cannot perform.
3: Tripod: This allows us to capture stable and smooth shots of better quality.
4: iPhone 5: This can used during the planning stages for taking location
shots, however will also be used for sound recordings and voiceovers.
1: Sony Vegas Pro 10: This software is effecting for the majority of editing, and
is something I have a good level of understanding of. It will allow me to
precisely edit and cut clips to create a finished product. It will also be used
during the evaluation process.
2: Adobe Photoshop: Photoshop is useful for the magazine cover and film
poster, and allows complex editing such as filters or advanced text or photo
3: Microsoft Paint: This can be used for more basic processes such as cutting
images, if and when we are unable to access Photoshop.
1: Blogger: Blogger is where I will collaborate all of my research, planning and
progressions of my trailer, poster and magazine cover.
2: Wordle: Wordle is a form of presentation that means we can see the key
parts or phrases of a large body of text.
3: Slideshare: This allows me to upload my PowerPoint's and have them
appear as slideshows on the web.
4: Prezi: Prezi is a web based programs that allows me to create PowerPoint's
in a more engaging way than Office, with interesting layouts and transition's.