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FILM MAKING
lighting         audio          camera angles
           stylistic elements
lighting         audio          camera angles
           stylistic elements
counting cuts
audio
audio
Roles in film
making.
               Pre Production
               Production
               Post production
Pre - Production


 The story is king.

Motivation
Why is the story worth telling
What makes it unique

Target Audience
Wh...
Storyboard
A storyboard contains a rough sketch
representation of the video. A
storyboard is essentially a timeline that
a...
Audio


Identify ambient noises (noises in room)
If no external microphone – do not zoom
Work in close to your subject
Use...
Elements of an effective story

Hook – The beginning must have a hook so the audience wants to find out more

Has structure...
Rule of
Thirds
Top mistakes in production
   No time between hitting record and starting the action
   Camera zoom
   Camera shake
   Pan...
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    1. 1. FILM MAKING
    2. 2. lighting audio camera angles stylistic elements
    3. 3. lighting audio camera angles stylistic elements
    4. 4. counting cuts
    5. 5. audio
    6. 6. audio
    7. 7. Roles in film making. Pre Production Production Post production
    8. 8. Pre - Production The story is king. Motivation Why is the story worth telling What makes it unique Target Audience Who are you making the film for
    9. 9. Storyboard A storyboard contains a rough sketch representation of the video. A storyboard is essentially a timeline that allows you to see what the scenes will look like. Its NOT a writing comp boys can verbalize
    10. 10. Audio Identify ambient noises (noises in room) If no external microphone – do not zoom Work in close to your subject Use an external microphone if possible
    11. 11. Elements of an effective story Hook – The beginning must have a hook so the audience wants to find out more Has structure – clear sequence with a beginning, middle and end Emotional content – The audience identifies with it because of its emotional content – eg excitement, sadness Pace – We need to keep the pace to keep the audiences attention Effective soundtrack – Soundtrack conveys emotion, mood, mood and emotion and links with the message
    12. 12. Rule of Thirds
    13. 13. Top mistakes in production No time between hitting record and starting the action Camera zoom Camera shake Pans to long in duration and wide in arc Audio not given respect
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