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TV Drama Exam - Camera Techniques

TV Drama Exam - Camera Techniques






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    TV Drama Exam - Camera Techniques TV Drama Exam - Camera Techniques Presentation Transcript

    • Technical Language• To understand a variety of filming techniques• To understand how to storyboard and the purpose of it• To apply all this knowledge to your own short productions
    • Shot types homeworkLast lesson this week you have a shot typestest so your homework is to revise for this!
    • Camera Techniques• 180 degree rule• Match on action• Shot-reverse-shot• Eye-line match (23secs in)• Jump Cut• Cut away (1min in)
    • Storyboarding• What is a storyboard? – Storyboards are graphic organizers combining two main parts: images and descriptions of a scene• What is the purpose of storyboarding? – helps manage timing of production opportunity for problem solving – portrays basic idea of the production – illustrates to others how the final product is seen – helps clarify a vision to the rest of the production team – used to sell an idea to a client
    • Group Task1. Each group must come up with an idea for a 30 second sequence for a TV Drama based in a college.2. You will need to do the following: a. Think of an appropriate name b. You will need to create detailed characters (consider if they are going to challenge or follow representations) c. Think of the narrative that you want to base the sequence on3. You must also decide what channel and the time that their TV Drama will be broadcast4. You will need to use all of the filming techniques we have just discussed5. You will then need to complete a storyboard6. You will not be editing these sequences; you will need to edit in camera7. You will be filming this next lesson so come prepared with props, costumes etc N.B. Remember this is an educational activity and must be appropriate!