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Improvising for close ups and fast pace


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Improvising for close ups and fast pace

  1. 2. <ul><li>As I was being pushed down the hill on the trolley I had to hold the flip cam up on to both of my actors faces at separate times and zoom into their eyes. We found that these shots were more clearer, then when we normally zoomed into their faces without being on a trolley which is surprising. Also I did some following shots of our actors, I was behind them, this was to make our film more fast paced. </li></ul>
  2. 3. <ul><li>We understand the safety hazards for the methods of filming that we used today, We know it’s not the safest option as I could of hurt myself or broken the camera, because I was being pushed on a trolley, luckily I didn’t. </li></ul><ul><li>Also there was a couple cracks and bumps in the pavement, so while I was being pushed when I went over one of them It cause the trolley to swerve a lot which was another self and safety hazard, as well as this running some shots. </li></ul>
  3. 4. <ul><li>We understand the problems of the methods of filming we used today, we are just happy we were able to get it done without any accidents. </li></ul><ul><li>This experience has truly made me realise the importance of the different film technology, before I thought we could simply run with the camera and your fast pace shot will be there. Now I understand why tracks and dolly's are used and I think its good that I found out for myself </li></ul>
  4. 5. <ul><li>At first when I got on the trolley I was a little scared, because I was worried I might drop, however I didn’t mind taking the risk, because I do like doing things like that. This made my filming experience a lot more enjoyable for me as I felt like I was truly apart of it, because when the cameras on the tripod and were filming, I’m not to sure whether I’m doing it right, but being on the trolley gave me confidence as I was the only one who wasn’t as scared to do it. I felt like I really played my role. This is probably one thing I will remember most out of the whole experience. </li></ul>