MAKE-UP AND HAIR
For the make up we are going to make the girls look pale by applying a light
powder to their face and neck.
They will have dark eyes by applying eyeliner around their eyes and then
smudging it to look messy.
For the women’s make-up, we are going to apply eye make and the smudge
it to show that she has been sleeping and is restless.
The young girls hair we are going to make the plaits stay in place by using
hairspray. We will also have bows in their hair which we will make out of
To achieve the messy hair of the woman in bed we will back comb sections
of the hair.
We are going to get the 2 young girls white dresses from a charity costume
shop which specialize in old fashioned costumes. We are going to get
the girls the same dress so that it shows the audience that they are the
same kind of person(evil)
For the women who is in bed we are going to the pajamas from Tina. These
will be plain button up pajamas so that it does not distract the focus
away from her face.
We are going to achieve the lighting when shooting outside by shooting
when it is just starting to turn. This is so that the characters will be seen
easily on the camera however it has be dark enough to give the scene a
When shooting in the bedroom we want it to look natural however we need
to establish that it is night time. We will achieve by having the bedroom
lighting of and then having the door open with the landing light on so
that the bedroom will be dark but light enough to see the character on
When shooting the female character we want to use a high angle to then
zoom into her eye. We will achieve this by having the camera on a
tripod which will be secured pointed down at the character. Therefore
we will be able to achieve a steady shot and zoom.
For the swing scene we are going to have a long shot of the two girls on the
swing. We will achieve this by having the camera on a tripod and
standing further away so that the girls fill up the majority of the
We are going to use the dolly to pan around the bed of the character. We
are going to lower the tripod so that it is level with the bed and the
character. This will carry on to the next shot of the character face.
From practice when zooming, we have realized that zooming into the eye
meant that it left us with blurred shot at the end. Therefore we will start
with the shot of the eye and then zooming out. Then in Premier Pro we
will reverse the zoom which will leave us with a sharp shot throughout.