Meeting at 7.30am, we all started setting up for the filming that would go on for the entire day. We had to spend pretty decent time on adjusting lights for each character, as they are meant to be presented in a different lighting setting, thus distinct mood matched with the movie genre to which each [...]
Test Shoot Video Clip
We had a test shoot to see if we are all comfortable with dealing with actors and actresses and skills required to make a decent film.
Being a cinematographer, I’m required to be highly skilled (nah… it’s just student film and there’s no way to be professional as I haven’t got much experience [...]
handheld.mov -from youtube (edited to only ‘handheld’ part)
The difficulties that I felt from carrying out this practice
- keep the camera steady through hours of holding the camera on the shoulder
- keep the same head/nose room of each character in frame whilst shooting
- refrain myself from laughing when taking CU of the character doing funny lines
Ideas for image thumbnails -> traffic sign
-image source from <http://www.chinatraderonline.com/Badge/led-badge/LED-Traffic-Sign–Signal-Light-194440607>
Since our team project is based upon the theme which keeps moving on, traveling, wandering about different places in Melbourne, the traffic sign would efficiently work to present the user’s will to move onto the other place or stay in the same place.
Blog posts, pictures or video clips in digital camera and even k-film which we are doing in IM1 class are all disposable unless they are copied on physical outlets such as CDs, tapes, pictures, VHS cassettes, film cell strip, etc etc. And yet, even though you have a hard copy of a soft copy, it [...]