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Cannon Digital Camera and Adobe Premier


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Cannon Digital Camera and Adobe Premier

  1. 1. To film the trailer itself we used a Cannon digital camera, this camera had a variety of different settings. It took a while to become accustomed to these settings. For example, the F-stop, which controls which objects are in focus. Once we had mastered the use of the f-stop, we could use a range of different filming effects. Such as focusing on just one character in order to ensure that the viewer sees what we want them to. A disadvantage of using a complex camera is that it took us quite a while to gain a full understanding of how the camera is used. One advantage of using such a high quality camera is that the film appeared professional and of high standard due to the good lenses quality and industry standard tripods that we able to use.
  2. 2. We edited the trailer using a program called ‘Adobe Premier’ this trailer allowed us to apply a variety of different effects to our footage. For example, we were able to split footage and add transitions such as fade and wipe. ‘Adobe Premier’ also gave us control of what sound featured in our trailer. We were able to add multiple layers of sound to create intense environment for the audience. One disadvantage of using ‘Adobe Premier’ is that once there was a lot of data within our project, the program started to less responsive.