Editing is the most Important part of a film. It can either save a film or ruin a film. It can ruin a film even if the footage is really really good and it can save a film even if the footage is really really bad. Here is a video of how to use Adobe Premier Pro and edit.
In our final clinic Mr. Henderson taught all 3 classes what and how to use Green screen. Green screen screens don’t have to be green. They are only called that because Green is the most popular colour because usually people don’t have that radioactive green clothing. We had a task to get a video of Shia Lebouef and some drone footage and green screen it on Adobe Premier Pro, here is the video of the successful editing. It is in an annoying link sorry so click on the link and press open :(.
Zoom cameras are called Zoom cameras because the brand that made them were called Zoom (even though they are not very good at zooming in and out). Underneath are the tongue twisters Mr. Henderson gave us as a task (Sorry they are links so click on link and press allow to see videos on film app).
Audio booths are a crucial part in the filming world you have to be at the right length from the mic and you also have to Respect and leave the place as you found it. Watch my video for more of what I learnt.
Here are a few rules.
No more then 2 people in the booth, Respect equipment.
For our second clinic for Inquiry term 1 we were with Mr. G, the clinic was called ‘Presenting you’re piece to camera’. Please watch my video blog below for me to show you what I learnt.
After we learnt all these important rules, Mr. G gave us a challenge to perform a tongue twister that was up on the screen and use the rules that we had learnt. I chose the hardest tongue twister here. The video is underneath.