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What I have learned from the
progression of the prelim to the full
product.
Our filming process for the prelim
• Throughout the process of
planning and filming the prelim
we were very much
concentra...
Our filming process for the Final
Product
• The filming for the final product
was a much more creative,
free and refined p...
The Sound in Our prelim Compared to
Our Opening Sequence
• In the preliminary task we did not take much
consideration for ...
What we Learned About Editing
• In the prelim task we learned
how to best match up cuts and
do basic fades between shots.
...
What we Learned About Editing
• In the prelim task we learned
how to best match up cuts and
do basic fades between shots.
...
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What I have Learned from the Progression of the Prelim to the Full Product

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What I have Learned from the Progression of the Prelim to the Full Product

  1. 1. What I have learned from the progression of the prelim to the full product.
  2. 2. Our filming process for the prelim • Throughout the process of planning and filming the prelim we were very much concentrating on ticking boxes and learning about the process of planning and handling the camera rather than creativity and following the conventions of real products. • This was a very important process however as we learned how to use a camera efficiently and create continuity by using specific shots.
  3. 3. Our filming process for the Final Product • The filming for the final product was a much more creative, free and refined process. • We based the whole film around the look of the shot and the impact this had as a super- natural thriller. • We filmed a large variety of shots with distinctive lighting and setting instead of box- ticking to create a visually rich piece.
  4. 4. The Sound in Our prelim Compared to Our Opening Sequence • In the preliminary task we did not take much consideration for the sound as we just needed to learn about the shots. In the end we decided to layer a music track over the speech and white noise, making the dialogue very low-quality. • We realised for the opening sequence that sound is key to create a professional product and we wanted it to create a high impact on the viewer as well as build suspense. We did not use dialogue again as in our research this matched the imagery much better. • The music track we chose was very in-keeping with the mise en scene.
  5. 5. What we Learned About Editing • In the prelim task we learned how to best match up cuts and do basic fades between shots. We also added basic text through the editing software. • This was refined in the post production of the final product as we learned how to layer shots using fades as well as layer text over the shot with animation. • We did not use a filter over the film as we had done in the prelim as our lighting during filming created the right ambience.
  6. 6. What we Learned About Editing • In the prelim task we learned how to best match up cuts and do basic fades between shots. We also added basic text through the editing software. • This was refined in the post production of the final product as we learned how to layer shots using fades as well as layer text over the shot with animation. • We did not use a filter over the film as we had done in the prelim as our lighting during filming created the right ambience.

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