Inquiry: Film School

Point and Shoot Camera’s:

Today I had to lesson of inquiry in the first session I was with Miss Williamson and we learnt the key elements to Point and shoot  camera. There was six things you need to know to be able to be good with the camera.Rule Of Thirds:On the camera there is a grid of three by three here is what it looks like. To accomplish this you need to focus the main image on the grid lines. There are two vertical and two horizontal.Balancing Elements: If you place your image subject it creates more of interesting photo.You need to have your camera view on the right angle and balancing the wait of subject so it doesn’t take up the mage.Leading Lines:When you look at the image the lines draw you the main subject. The lines are big then they gradually begin to get smaller which is leading to the mane subject.View Point:In stead of eye level you can get a view that you cant look from up high or real down low, from the side, front the back, from far away and close up. Here are some photos Ben taking of all the elements.

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Presenting Piece to Camera:

Today I had another session of inquiry. My teacher I was learning from this time was Mr G. We learnt the key things you need to do to present your piece to camera perfectly.Before you present to camera you need to consider the following: Plan and know your purpose of what you are going to say. Rehearsal and warm up plus know what you are going to say. You need to keep you eye line on the camera if not then it look like you are not planned and not ready, it also looks like you are lying. Plan and Know your purpose: Jot down notes of what you are going to do. Present your ideas using a storyboard to show you know what your doing. Write a script and plan what you are going to say. Explain why are you presenting? Who are you presenting to? Who is your audience? Rehearsal and Warm up: Be ready and not go cold. Do some breathing exercise if helps like voice and body warm ups. Know what you are going to say before filming. Eye line to camera When presenting, your eyes must line up to the camera.This helps you to connect to your audience. ( Let Us Entertain You)If you look away it may show:You are not prepared. You are lying. Limited connection to your audience.

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Camcorders:

Today I had Mr Henderson and we learnt about cam cording and some main things you need to know about cam cording. We learnt about the tripods and how the camera’s go on you need to undo the screw and then tighten up the camera. Then you film away but you need to flick the switch to lock it in place so it doesn’t move and fall off.

There are six great shots in filming there is Master/Establishing Shot were you see the whole shot. Full shot of the whole body. Medium Shot of half of the body. Medium Close-up of the shoulders to head. Close-up of the face it’s self and then there is a Extreme Close-up of the eyes.

 

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Shotlist and Story Boards:

Today in this session Miss Williamson taught us how to plan your film. 60%  is Planning 10%is Production  30% is Editing for editing we adobe spark premier pro. Story Boards is like a comics.

 

Audio Booths:

Today I had a session of inquiry with Mr G about Audio booths here is something called Guidelines. 1 Respect the space. Maximum two people. Definitely no food in audio booths. Leave the space like you weren’t there. 2 Respect the equipment. Leave the audio booth like you weren’t there. Put he USB on the bench when you are finished. 3 Respect each other. Keep run way clear. Don’t knock or else it will distract the other person.

 

Shotgun Mic:

Today I had an inquiry session with Miss Williamson about shotgun MIC’s. Here is what I learnt.

 

Wireless Microphones:  

Today I had a inquiry session with Mr Henderson

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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