This clinic was lots of fun… I got the opportunity to properly understand and go back over Adobe Premiere.
We used Wireless Lapels and Wireless mics in this clinic, in groups filming each other. I made this film of what I learnt with Abi R.
In this clinic we learnt about attaching a shotgun mic to a camcorder camera, and what difference it makes in the sound quality. We also did some videos of my group experimenting with the distance and with and without the shotgun mic. Here is a video of some of the things I picked up on.
This clinic we are going to use a lot in year 6 to edit our films. I screen-casted on the Adobe Premiere Software…
This clinic was all about non-copyright music. We talked about what copyright was, what the process was to get copyright music from the producer, and a good website to download non-copyright music from. This is the website – https://www.bensound.com/
This video is all about me explaining some things I learnt in this clinic…
P.S. Maggie ( My gorgeous puppy-dog ) interrupts my film.
This clinic we learnt all about what shotlists and storyboards were, why we use them, and how you would use them. We made a shotlist on a made-up, unplanned film, just to see how you would do one. We didn’t get to finish them, but we got the idea really quickly. In this clinic we didn’t make a storyboard because they take a quite long time to make. Here is a video of me explaining some of the things I learnt in the Shotlists and Storyboards clinic.
In the zoom cameras clinic we had a play around with some of the features of the zoom camera, and then we took turns of filming each other in small groups saying a different tongue twister. This is a video of some of the things I took note of.
This clinic was all about how to use the Audio Booths safely and to the full extent. We got to have a 5 minutes play around in the booth with a partner to see what we could do. The video is of me telling you some of the most important tips and rules.
This clinic was all about learning how to use a Camcorder and it’s equipment safely, and learning what all the buttons and dials do. We first had a fiddle around with a Tripod, which is a stand that is made for holding a Camcorder. We learnt how to put on a Camcorder to a Tripod, and then how to set it up. Here is a video of me explaining some of the most important things I learnt.
This clinic was all about learning some handy tips and tricks to make your films seem even more realistic and believable to your audience. In this video below was a tongue twister we memorised in around half an hour.
The next video will be me reading out some of the tips that I thought would really help me when presenting my piece to the camera…
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