Looking back at your preliminary task, what do you feel you have learnt in the progression from it to the full product?<br />
Preliminary<br />Final<br />In our preliminary task we used a match on action shot showing a girl opening a door. We found...
Final<br />Preliminary<br />In our preliminary task we used a over the shoulder shot to create the effect of a close conve...
Preliminary<br />Final<br />After filming our preliminary we found that we understood the importance of a variety of shots...
Preliminary<br />Final<br />Mid shot<br />Close up<br />Mid shot<br />Long shot<br />Long shot<br />After filming our prel...
Miscellaneous<br />The importance of a tripodwhen shooting a steady shot.<br />Music– music can add to a clip and make it ...
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Looking back at your preliminary task, what do you feel you have learnt in the progression from it to the full product?

  1. 1. Looking back at your preliminary task, what do you feel you have learnt in the progression from it to the full product?<br />
  2. 2. Preliminary<br />Final<br />In our preliminary task we used a match on action shot showing a girl opening a door. We found this a simple, but effective editing technique as it shows continuity and helps clips flow smoothly, creating a subtle, but effective visual.<br />We used this edit in our final piece to help aid an action shot, as we felt it worked effectively to create a fast pace.<br />Match on action<br />
  3. 3. Final<br />Preliminary<br />In our preliminary task we used a over the shoulder shot to create the effect of a close conversation between two people that appear to be close. We decided we wouldn't use this in our final film as we felt the characters needed to be portrayed as distant and not understanding of each other.<br />Over the shoulder<br />
  4. 4. Preliminary<br />Final<br />After filming our preliminary we found that we understood the importance of a variety of shots to aid a films narrative. We found that too many shots could distract an audience from the main focus of the storyline, which is why a simple over the shoulder shot is used in the preliminary, as it is not too distracting from the conversation. <br />In our final piece the narrative is an argument, so we did not want to use too many shots as it would take focus away from the speech.<br />Variety of shots:<br />Conversations<br />
  5. 5. Preliminary<br />Final<br />Mid shot<br />Close up<br />Mid shot<br />Long shot<br />Long shot<br />After filming our preliminary we found that we understood that a variety of shots are needed when filming action scenes to create a feeling of tension/to keep the reader interested. For example, we use a variety of shots (e.g. mid/long shots) in the walking scene for our preliminary as to keep the audience watching. In our final piece we use shots to capture the emotion of the characters (close ups) and to capture the action going on in the scene (long shots.) Also if there is not much going on in a scene, we found it was important to use a steady shot to capture emotion, a POV shot also works well here.<br />Variety of shots:<br />Actions<br />
  6. 6. Miscellaneous<br />The importance of a tripodwhen shooting a steady shot.<br />Music– music can add to a clip and make it much better, but you have to choose it carefully or it ruins it all.<br />Script– a rough script with room for improvisation looks more realistic than a script read out by line. It creates more emotion.<br />Continuity – a lack of it can make your whole video look terrible.<br />

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