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Planning Our planning improved a lot when planning for our ﬁlm opening using a storyboard • It was more detailed • It was more thought through • It was more clearer – explana<ons and sketches • We planned our <tles as well • We had a longer <me to plan • We planned our mise en scene
Prelim Story board vs +ilm opening storyboard When comparing the two, you can see that the opening ﬁlm story board is more detailed. Also, the sketches made us have a more clearer image and idea than just s<ll shots because you could annotate and edit (rubber) around them. We also got to plan our <tles on our ﬁlm opening story board which we didn’t do with our prelim story board.
Mise En scene • When making our prelim we were limited when thinking about our mise en scene. However when making our ﬁlm opening we could use literally anything for our mise en scene. We decided to use the barbican center and Jurys inn hotel whereas in our prelim we only used one simple loca<on.
Camera skills • When making our prelim we learned useful skills such as the 180 degree rule when in conversa<on using match cuts, and the rule of thirds. My skills improved majorly because for example, we had to shoot the 180 degree rule scene about 5<mes as we got confused but with our ﬁlm opening we only had to shoot it about 3 <mes – and that was because of things like messing up lines and performance. Here are some examples: This is proof of our camera skills improvds as we Prelim done all diﬀerent types of shots such as an extreme close up , close ups and mid-‐shots whilst keeping the 180 degree rule whereas in our prelim we only had one type of camera shot
Camera skills • Here are some exclusive shots from our ﬁlm. Since we were on many diﬀerent loca<ons we could experiment more with our camera shots. Establishing shot with the correct Worms eye view shot of feet. You rule of 3rds framing Can also see that we learned how To use the focus, which we didn’t know How to do in our prelim, adding a more realis<c/cinema<c feelto our opening. High angle shot combined with a long shot and an over the shoulder shot
Editing Film opening Prelim Our edi<ng was way more advance when making our ﬁlm opening. This is one example of how; Before, I didnt know how to add an actual produc<on ident so I had to create my own using Simple text. By using an actual produc<on ident it made our ﬁlm seem way more realis<c and professional . When making our prelim it was our ﬁrst <me using ﬁnal cut and soundtrack pro, so when it came t our ﬁlm Opening we were more advanced and knew what speciﬁc sounds to add to make it perfect. We added Foley sound in our ﬁlm opening which we did not do in our prelim. We also used More, and beer sound eﬀects to create suspense and tension. We added eﬀects such as slow Mo<on too – our prelim had no special eﬀects.
Team work • Our team work improved massively a]er our prelim. This was because a]er the prelim everyone found out their strengths and weakness’s whether it was to do with camera work, edi<ng etc. Since everyone discovered their strength and weaknesses, everyone was allocated separate roles. This saved a lot of <me so we could make our opening for our deadline. Here are some examples: Me and Emadul’s strengths were working Javayl’s was with the ligh<ng with the camera