Presentation industrial-design-2013

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Presentation industrial-design-2013

  1. 1. Hello.
  2. 2. “We just want a cool movie.” “Who will watch it?”“What is the main purpose?”
  3. 3. Problem > Context > Solution
  4. 4. Basics!
  5. 5. Light
  6. 6. No light
  7. 7. Frontal?
  8. 8. Sideways?
  9. 9. Backwards?
  10. 10. 3 point lighting
  11. 11. 3 point lighting
  12. 12. 3 point lighting
  13. 13. Depth and Contrast.
  14. 14. Depth and Contrast.
  15. 15. Depth and Contrast.
  16. 16. Shots
  17. 17. Establishing shot gives context:Location, objects, people and relations. Midrange/medium shot is neutral: Leaves space for action. Close-up gives detail: Emotion, detail, involvement.
  18. 18. Close-up
  19. 19. Mid-shot / Medium
  20. 20. Establishing shot
  21. 21. Close-up
  22. 22. Mid-shot
  23. 23. Establishing shot ?
  24. 24. Framing
  25. 25. Headroom
  26. 26. Room for action
  27. 27. Thirds / Golden Ratio
  28. 28. Symmetry
  29. 29. Balance
  30. 30. Eyelevel
  31. 31. Movement
  32. 32. pantilt dolly / slidecrane
  33. 33. pan tilt dolly crane
  34. 34. pan tilt dolly crane
  35. 35. pan tilt dolly crane
  36. 36. pan tilt dolly crane
  37. 37. Vertigo effect
  38. 38. Cameralens
  39. 39. What are the differences?
  40. 40. What are the differences? 18mm 200mm
  41. 41. What are the differences? 50 mm equivalent human eye
  42. 42. Color
  43. 43. Skintones
  44. 44. Wall-e
  45. 45. Moonrise Kingdom
  46. 46. Butch Cassidy Andthe Sundance Kid
  47. 47. Focussing on both visuals, audio and content is very difficult.
  48. 48. Analysis
  49. 49. Report about a truck-test on a special track.
  50. 50. Analysis
  51. 51. TIPS!
  52. 52. Tip #1 “The best camera is theone you’ve got with you.”
  53. 53. What makes film look unlike video?
  54. 54. Shuttertime (1/50th)
  55. 55. Depth of field (or lacking)
  56. 56. ISO-valueShuttertime Iris (1/50th) (eg. 1,8)
  57. 57. ISO-value ND-filtersShuttertime Iris (1/50th) (eg. 1,8)
  58. 58. Tip #2“Know your equipment well.”
  59. 59. Tip #3Sound is equally important as visuals
  60. 60. Speech
  61. 61. Music
  62. 62. sound DEMO
  63. 63. Tip #4Be prepared! 2 examples
  64. 64. Michalis Androutsopoulos
  65. 65. Flight Hotel Luggage Rental Car Electric CarWorking Chargers Good Weather
  66. 66. 1 day of location-scouting 3 days of shooting with actorRecording voiceover (which we didn’t use) Shooting night timelapses Shooting Aerials Relaxing ?
  67. 67. Tip #5Interview techniques!
  68. 68. Ask them what they had for breakfast
  69. 69. Ask the interviewee to telltheir name and spell it out
  70. 70. Talk to me about... orCan you tell me about...
  71. 71. Shoot extra material to cut away
  72. 72. B-roll or CutawaysIt can tell 2x as muchGives contextHides jumpcuts
  73. 73. Communicate with theinterviewee through 1 person.
  74. 74. Tip #6“Realize that there are 3 films.”
  75. 75. The one you come up with
  76. 76. The one you record
  77. 77. The one you edit
  78. 78. ( The one you watch )
  79. 79. Montage/edit
  80. 80. Tip #7Film stabilized.
  81. 81. Rotation in 3 axis: pan, tilt, roll
  82. 82. Translate 3 assen. dolly 2x, crane
  83. 83. Use a tripod, your body, a wall, fence, tree, car, surfboard.
  84. 84. Tip #1
  85. 85. Tip #8The main task of the director is tomake everyone has enough info to do their task.
  86. 86. Tip #9Film is illusion
  87. 87. Tip #10Use the available light
  88. 88. Tip #11Decide fast and be confident about you choice
  89. 89. “You’re the cameraman, so you decide.”
  90. 90. ★ 30 minutes meeting.★ 30 minutes interview★ 30 minutes extra shots to edit with.
  91. 91. 52,440 views!
  92. 92. Tip #12Make sure you have enough footage ...and preferably more
  93. 93. Tip #13Zooming is for lazy cameramen. Make composition with your feet.
  94. 94. Tip #14Kill your darlings.
  95. 95. Tip #15Check out:Buck.tvThe mill+OnesizePassion picturesMothershipFubiz.netSehsucht1stAveMachineMotionographerPhilip BloomVincent LaforetChase JarvisVimeo Staff Picks & Vimeo filmschool
  96. 96. Tip #16“Each filmmaker has a few bad moviesin his system, so you can better make them asap...” Robert Rodriguez, Sin City, El Mariachi, Desperado, Machete
  97. 97. Tip #17Simple can be effective
  98. 98. Q & maybe A
  99. 99. More videos?
  100. 100. Watch ‘the sleepover’ (vimeo) and analyse all principlesthat we discussed. Try to stay focussed and not get suckedin the story.
  101. 101. Same assignment for paperman (youtube)

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