Pre Production 2

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Pre Production 2

  1. 1. Pre Production 2:Camerawork and Lighting SJSJ Digital Yearbook Project
  2. 2. Team AssignmentsTeam Theme AssignmentGreen Faith & Spiritual LifeBlack Teachers & ClassesBlue Candid CameraRed Friends and FadsOrange Field Trips & Fun DaysPurple Teams & Talents
  3. 3. Project TimelineMarch: Pre Production April/May: ProductionChartering May/June: Post ProductionScripting FilmingChoreographing Individual Editing Final EditingStoryboarding Music Burn to DVD
  4. 4. Tasks Prior to Storyboarding• Complete Charters• Write Script• Choreography• Plan Camera Work
  5. 5. Review: Basic Camera Shots http://www.thewildclassroom.com/wildfilmschool/gettingstarted/camerashots.html Ms. Pirtles Technology Class SJSJ Grade 8
  6. 6. Ms. Pirtles Technology Class SJSJ Grade 8
  7. 7. Head RoomThe spacebetweenthe top of thesubject’s headand the topof your frame http://www.creativehomemovie.com/tag/still-photography/ Ms. Pirtles Technology Class SJSJ Grade 8
  8. 8. Camera Shots POV Shot Two Shot “OTS” Shot POV Shot http://images.digitalmedianet.com/2007/Week_35/mog4vn6c/story/thumb-two-shot.jpg Ms. Pirtles Technology Class SJSJ Grade 8 http://a.vimeocdn.com/images/videoschool/pov_2.jpg http://www.mediacollege.com/video/shots/point-of-view.html
  9. 9. Which Camera Angle? Dutch Tilthttp://youtu.be/Y-z2lYCk64w http://www.flickr.com/photos/pwilding/4185578473/sizes/m/in/photostrea Ms. Pirtles Technology Class SJSJ Grade 8 m/
  10. 10. 5 Deadly Sins1. Firehosing2. Jogging3. Backlighting4. Nose Room (Lead Room)5. Head Room http://youtu.be/etVxvl6mcJ8 Ms. Pirtles Technology Class SJSJ Grade 8
  11. 11. Basic Camera Angles
  12. 12. Basic Camera Movements• Pan – Move camera horizontally• Tilt – Move camera vertically• Dolly – Moving camera towards or away from subject. Usually on wheels• Trucking – Moving camera side to side. Usually on rails or wheels• Zolly – Dolly + Zoom http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=45e1XuA-oLY&feature=related
  13. 13. Zooming vs. Dolly• Zoom – The lens moves in• Dolly – The whole camera moves in
  14. 14. Camera Movements & Tips• Pan• Zoom• Zolly• Dutch Tilt http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A0J50v1ygms&feature=related
  15. 15. Poor Lighting =• Muddy, gray colors• Poor detail• Lack of depth
  16. 16. 3 Point Lighting Back Light • Behind talent • Softer • Lights head and shoulders Fill Light • Aka “hair light” • Adds depth • Lights one side of face • Brighter, softer light • Place at an angleKey Light• Adds depth• Lights one side of face with brighter, softer light• Usually 45 degree angle
  17. 17. All You Need Is... http://www.homedepot.com/catalog/productImages/400/42/4293c45c- 7098-4ffa-8e91-6f3a543fa771_400.jpg
  18. 18. Lighting Substitutes• You don’t always need 3 lamps• Use the Sun• Reflect light off a wall• Experiment!
  19. 19. Lighting Check• Is there enough light? – Decent picture? – Rich color? – Fine detail?• Is the lighting even? – Eliminate “hotspots” and shadows• Is it flattering? – Does subject look tired, wrinkled or washed out?• Depth – Does the subject look like a flat cardboard cut out?
  20. 20. 3 Point Lighting Review3 Point Lighting B Key Lighting Fill Lighting Back Lighting
  21. 21. Before Storyboarding, Plan• Camera • Basic Lighting – Shots – Key• Camera – Fill – Angles – Back• Camera – Movements
  22. 22. Equipment for Next Week• Video Cameras• 3 Clip On Lights• Microphone• Ear buds• Props
  23. 23. Meanwhile• Work on Scripting• Review photos• Scout scenes• Talk to potential talent
  24. 24. Questions

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