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DIARY OF ADAY’SSHOOTINGLOCATION 1 - SOUTHEND
11:45 – Take                                            TIMELINEphotographs on the         12:04 - Start filming     14:43...
Shots filmed                              The next shot we                                            filmed was a insert ...
PRO’S• The weather was very foggy, view distance was about  50m. Initially we saw this as a problem but as the day  progre...
• Due to the distance to the location and all our   groups busy timetables it may be difficult to   reshoot some shots. • ...
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Diary of a day’s shooting

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Diary of a day’s shooting

  1. 1. DIARY OF ADAY’SSHOOTINGLOCATION 1 - SOUTHEND
  2. 2. 11:45 – Take TIMELINEphotographs on the 12:04 - Start filming 14:43 - Filmbeach for possible opening of the video skating sceneadvertising/ Digipack at the pier down sea front11:28 – Arrive at 11:57 – Travel to 14:23 - Finish 14:57 - FinishSouthend the end of the pier filming at pier filming go home
  3. 3. Shots filmed The next shot we filmed was a insert of the actor picking up a The first shot we filmed for the day was guitar. We did this to a midshot of the actor sitting on a fill in the continuity bench singing the lyrics. We then for the rest of the added a tracking shot where with the video. use of a dolly we were able rotate the camera round the actor smoothly and achieve quite a quirky and dynamic shot. To follow the insert shot we filmed a tracking shot of the actor walking towards the camera withThe final shot we filmed for the day the camera followingwas a short skating film. Due to the him back. We then hadunstable nature of having the a pan round followingcamera man skate too to keep up. the actor till he stoppedWe filmed it multiple times so we at the side of the pier.should be able to edit it together toachieve a smooth flawless set offootage.
  4. 4. PRO’S• The weather was very foggy, view distance was about 50m. Initially we saw this as a problem but as the day progressed we realised this would give us a dynamic and very effective video.• The areas we shot are video were quite interesting and effective. We used the worlds longest pier and during the fog this gave a very effective shot.• We managed to take some promotional photos during our time there with the possibility of using them in a Digipack and adverts.
  5. 5. • Due to the distance to the location and all our groups busy timetables it may be difficult to reshoot some shots. • During filming at one location we had to move due to the constant sounding of a fog horn. CON’SCon’s

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