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Evaluation- Looking back at your preliminary task, what do you feel you have learnt in progress from it to the full product?

Media evaluation.

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Evaluation- Looking back at your preliminary task, what do you feel you have learnt in progress from it to the full product?

  1. 1. Question 7Question 7 Looking back at your preliminary task what do you feel you haveLooking back at your preliminary task what do you feel you have learnt in progress from it to the full product?learnt in progress from it to the full product?
  2. 2. Preliminary Task ProsPreliminary Task Pros We ensured that we had continuity in our preliminary task andWe ensured that we had continuity in our preliminary task and I think that we achieved this as there were no time jumps in theI think that we achieved this as there were no time jumps in the tasks. Where as in our final task we had continuity but we alsotasks. Where as in our final task we had continuity but we also had intended time jumps.had intended time jumps. We had managed to put in a big range of camera angles becauseWe had managed to put in a big range of camera angles because we knew that we had to have a range of camera angles, this iswe knew that we had to have a range of camera angles, this is something that we have continued to do. We tried to include asomething that we have continued to do. We tried to include a range of camera shots so it didn’t all look like it was filmed fromrange of camera shots so it didn’t all look like it was filmed from the same place.the same place.
  3. 3. Preliminary ConsPreliminary Cons The camera quality was not what we wanted it to be as we didn’tThe camera quality was not what we wanted it to be as we didn’t have much knowledge on what the quality of the film would look likehave much knowledge on what the quality of the film would look like once we had filmed the preliminary.once we had filmed the preliminary. Camera was unsteady at most times and the camera shots weren'tCamera was unsteady at most times and the camera shots weren't level throughout the film. We didn’t use a tripod and the camera waslevel throughout the film. We didn’t use a tripod and the camera was balanced on whatever we could find which had a negative impact onbalanced on whatever we could find which had a negative impact on the task as the shots weren't all level.the task as the shots weren't all level. Didn’t have a wide range of shots but we tried to do a few differentDidn’t have a wide range of shots but we tried to do a few different shots but we had not started the course so we didn’t have muchshots but we had not started the course so we didn’t have much knowledge, this is something we have improved on.knowledge, this is something we have improved on. In our preliminary task we did really simple editing as we didn’tIn our preliminary task we did really simple editing as we didn’t havehave the access to the editing software and didn't really know what editingthe access to the editing software and didn't really know what editing tools to use.tools to use.
  4. 4. Final task prosFinal task pros Our shot types helped convey our story, such as using a POVOur shot types helped convey our story, such as using a POV shot to film the blood on the railings as this showed theshot to film the blood on the railings as this showed the audience something had happened, this moved the story along.audience something had happened, this moved the story along. We improved our camera work on our final media task becauseWe improved our camera work on our final media task because we set up shots properly and used a tripod to ensurewe set up shots properly and used a tripod to ensure that thethat the camera shots and camera angles didncamera shots and camera angles didn’’t come out shaky and wet come out shaky and we conveyed this all through out the filming of our final task. Weconveyed this all through out the filming of our final task. We didndidn’’t want our final task to come out like it was handheldt want our final task to come out like it was handheld camera work which our preliminary did.camera work which our preliminary did.
  5. 5. Final task consFinal task cons We did intentional camera wobbles/shakes in our morningWe did intentional camera wobbles/shakes in our morning scene when the character is getting up, but it doesn’t really comescene when the character is getting up, but it doesn’t really come across as intentional.across as intentional. Our final task has a lot of music in it and it was really hard toOur final task has a lot of music in it and it was really hard to get it all to fit and make sense, but at times the music clashesget it all to fit and make sense, but at times the music clashes which has made the music not sound how we want it to sound.which has made the music not sound how we want it to sound. The colouring of our film changes as when the main charactersThe colouring of our film changes as when the main characters body can be seen lying on the floor, the background is black andbody can be seen lying on the floor, the background is black and white, while it was intentional it can come across as a bitwhite, while it was intentional it can come across as a bit confusing.confusing.
  6. 6. Similarities BetweenSimilarities Between Preliminary and Final Task.Preliminary and Final Task. Like our preliminary task we made sure that we included aLike our preliminary task we made sure that we included a range of angles in our final task as we wanted to improve on ourrange of angles in our final task as we wanted to improve on our preliminary rather than go back in terms of not having enoughpreliminary rather than go back in terms of not having enough different types of angles. For example in both we used longdifferent types of angles. For example in both we used long shots and upwards angled shots.shots and upwards angled shots. Even though our final task is a big improvement on theEven though our final task is a big improvement on the preliminary task we did still suffer with technical issues with thepreliminary task we did still suffer with technical issues with the camera and editing software.camera and editing software. Our preliminary and final task both were continuous, other thanOur preliminary and final task both were continuous, other than intended time jumps in our final task.intended time jumps in our final task.
  7. 7. Differences BetweenDifferences Between Preliminary and Final Task.Preliminary and Final Task. In the final task we had a bigger range of camera angles and differentIn the final task we had a bigger range of camera angles and different camera shots than we did in our preliminary. We improved a lot of thecamera shots than we did in our preliminary. We improved a lot of the camera shots as we had better knowledge of how to do them. Cameracamera shots as we had better knowledge of how to do them. Camera shots we did better were close ups, which we did best in the bottles and theshots we did better were close ups, which we did best in the bottles and the phone, both of the shots were done effectively. Our pan shot wasphone, both of the shots were done effectively. Our pan shot was something we hadn't done in the preliminary task. Our upwards shot insomething we hadn't done in the preliminary task. Our upwards shot in our final task was better because we angled it better than we did in theour final task was better because we angled it better than we did in the preliminary task so it looked more professional.preliminary task so it looked more professional. Due to not having a proper plan in place we didn'tDue to not having a proper plan in place we didn't’t have a very high’t have a very high quality camera in the our preliminary. So when we filmed our final taskquality camera in the our preliminary. So when we filmed our final task we had a better quality camera. We also had a story board in place, thiswe had a better quality camera. We also had a story board in place, this helped make our film opening better because we had something to referhelped make our film opening better because we had something to refer back to when filming.back to when filming. Because we didn‘t have access to good editing software so we edited ourBecause we didn‘t have access to good editing software so we edited our preliminary task on movie maker. We had better editing on our final taskpreliminary task on movie maker. We had better editing on our final task because we used I movie and premier pro which made our final task a lotbecause we used I movie and premier pro which made our final task a lot better due to the skills we had learnt and the better software we had.better due to the skills we had learnt and the better software we had.
  8. 8. What have we learnt?What have we learnt? Using a tripod will make a massive difference to the final outlook ofUsing a tripod will make a massive difference to the final outlook of the film. The camera shots were better because they were still andthe film. The camera shots were better because they were still and more focused making the film look better. For example when themore focused making the film look better. For example when the main character wakes up we had the camera on a tripod set up to getmain character wakes up we had the camera on a tripod set up to get it all the frame so it showed the audience where she was and theit all the frame so it showed the audience where she was and the tripod was a positive impact on this.tripod was a positive impact on this. Use a HQ camera, rather than a lower quality camera or phoneUse a HQ camera, rather than a lower quality camera or phone because the bad quality makes a big difference to how the finalbecause the bad quality makes a big difference to how the final product comes out. If you use a low quality camera the film looks lowproduct comes out. If you use a low quality camera the film looks low quality and is harder to enjoy. Our film would have looked worse if itquality and is harder to enjoy. Our film would have looked worse if it was bad quality.was bad quality. How to work editing software and how it is important to use a goodHow to work editing software and how it is important to use a good editing software and to use it to the best of our abilities. The editingediting software and to use it to the best of our abilities. The editing had to be good otherwise our film wouldn't’had to be good otherwise our film wouldn't’t look put together ort look put together or professional.professional.

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