What have you learnt about technologies from the process of constructing this production.
Perfect for uploading information/ material Evaluation Planning Construction Like Texts images Embedding videos PowerPoint's Blogspot makes it easier for the teachers and examiners to mark as it is laid out neatly by the use of labels Labels are there to make it easier to find certain work. For example this presentation would be labelled under Thriller Evaluation this will allow the examiner and teacher to find the evaluation easier. Blogspot helps simplify the was the coursework is laid out. It turns large amounts of work into easy small posts. This way of sending coursework reduces the amounts of paper that are being sent all around the country
You tube is helpful because you can search for any video you need and then get the embedding code to embed it onto your blog. This is very help for media due to you could embed certain clips you wanted from a film that you wish to analyse. This allows the teacher/examiner to see the video you have worked from which makes it easier for them to mark the essay. Youtube also is a great place to post your final thriller opening. Because many thousands of people go on you tube every day which means people are more likely to comment on you video and give you feedback then say if you just sent out a invite to watch it.
Adobe premiere is a piece of software that is used for editing videos. We used this software to edit our thriller opening. Adobe premier is easy to use. Cutting is a simple thing. You just have to use the razor and click the section you want to delete and press delete You can extend clips to make the pause longer. Cut out sound that you don’t want. Add soundtracks to make the effect you want the audience have deeper. Filter images if it is to bright or you want it a different colour Can add a voiceover and cut it to how you want it to be.
Shot types I learned that there are loads of different names for different types of shots. Mid shot Medium shot Close up shot Over the shoulder shot Point of view shot Wide shot
Camera movement Move around subject Follow subject Camera moves left and right Camera points up or down from a stationary location Movement parallel to the action, Camera zooms into object by a button not by moving camera