Monthly Archives: October 2015

Shot list

The idea is to have Joey walking in to the canteen to knock the ball off the table. We will achieve dramatic action by emphasizing the music and maybe add some sound effects. A mid shot of Joey walking towards … Continue reading

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Exposure triangle

With ISO, the lower the number, the more light you need for a good exposure. Also, the lower the number, the less “grain” or “noise” the image will have. Shutter speed refers to how long the shutter in your camera … Continue reading

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Research – BROAT

Some of my favourite cartoon sequences. I love how some use the cliche whistling noise when they are falling, I think it adds to the humour side of things. This scene from Alice in wonderland is one of my favourite … Continue reading

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Notes – What makes a good action sequence

Fast cuts, this adds to the suspense but can sometimes disorientate the audience. Music, helps the mood and builds audio (Music and sound effects) Shaky camera, this makes it feel like you’re in the scene because the camera is reacting … Continue reading

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Notes – Cameras

What makes a good camera? * Picture quality – Saturation, white balance, color, ect… We need to correct color because the camera doesn’t know which color is which. * Sound quality – Using an external mic. Interchangeable lenses – Right … Continue reading

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Out of order

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Out of order evaluation.

There are a lot of things I have done differently in my final film than what was originally planned. Firstly I took out all the sound effects we were supposed to use. This is because I found it over complicated … Continue reading

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