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Media Evaluation 1


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Media Evaluation 1

  1. 1. Evaluation Katie Bottom
  2. 2. Q1: Learning objectives <ul><li>For our film we set out improve our creative skills, our time management, teamwork, group skills and technological skills. The aim of the filming for me personally was to overcome my camera shyness; when I was told that I would be apart of the cast for I film I wasn’t sure about it, but once I started filming it was a very good experience for me. </li></ul>
  3. 3. Q2: Good Points <ul><li>We all worked well in a group, when doing the storyboarding we all voiced our opinions and said weather we liked or disliked the idea. This helped us create a much better storyline with the opinions of 4 people, made the film better. Another good thing was because we worked really well with each other, we finished before our 45 minutes was up, this was helped by us filming everything in one location and then moving on to another one, instead of floating back and forth. We used decent continuity, because in every shot we wore and had same props in all of the filming. </li></ul>
  4. 4. Q2: Bad Points <ul><li>We filmed all of our sequence in either the media or music block, so when we filmed in both locations we had the trouble of the music students playing their music, this affected us because you can hear it clearly in the back ground. This means we should chosen our location wisely when it comes to next filming. Also in our very first shot we had people walking through our shot, possibly next time we should look into using a less packed location. </li></ul>
  5. 5. Q3: Production skills <ul><li>In our production skills, we wanted to improve our time management, creativity, practical work, our planning skills, and our group teamwork. In our practical work, we needed to stick to certain shots, angles and stick to our continuity, we needed to keep our cast active and aware with surroundings. Our group skills were very important for our production, because we all needed to voice our opinions and work together in order to creative a very successful film. </li></ul>
  6. 6. Q4: Audience <ul><li>In order to make our film effective we needed to aim it at the right audience. We used different categories to spilt the audience up, these were age, gender, interests, culture and what sort of film genres they like, for example you would not aim a action film at a 12 year old girl who prefers romantic-comedies. </li></ul>
  7. 7. Q5: Attracting Audiences <ul><li>Once decided on who our audience would be, we needed to attract them to our film. To do this we attracted them by the script, characters, enigma, codes and conventions, emotions and our editing skills. Also we could have used situations in current affairs to attract an audience. </li></ul>
  8. 8. Q6: Technology from the process of constructing <ul><li>During our film we learnt different techniques to improve it, for example, different shot types; close up, extreme close up, long shot, medium long shot, high angle, low angle, and tracking and pan. Also we used a editing software to make our film flow and make sense, we used a DV, learnt all the features on a DV, and how to use them effectively. </li></ul>