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Question 3

  1. 1. When I did my preliminary task, I learnt the 180 degree rule. This rule became more necessary when filming; this is because by following the rule, the audience will understand where each person is and how all the surroundings are relative to their positioning of one another. In order to maintain the upmost continuity of shots, I would film a sequence of shots, each ending with the beginning of the next shot where possible. I did this so that when it came to post production editing, it would be easier to cut from one shot and piece it on to the following shot without continuity errors such as jump cuts or discontinuous angles of movement. However, we did end up making one small continuity error, where the camera jumped to and from a shot of Emily (our female) and each time she had a different facial expression. However, this is not particularly noticeable. We also had to white balance our camera to adjust to the surroundings of the house, as well as making sure to leave 5 seconds before and after each shot when filming so that in post-production I wouldn’t cut in to the good useable film. This was definitely something I took away from the preliminary task, as I filmed the preliminary task and sometimes forgot to leave 5 seconds before and after, which in result, left us with less useable footage, and I made sure I would never make that mistake again.
  2. 2. For a long time we were completely changing our storyboard and scrapping original ideas, until I decided to take the initiative and say that we had to finalise by making quick decisions. Eventually our storyboard was made by incorporating the majority of our ideas. The storyboard was detailed and explained each section of our thriller. Each shot was drawn and then described in words. We wrote the duration of each shot, the props that would be used, and the type and distance of each shot. During the production of our thriller, we mostly stuck to our plan; however, we also included some ideas that originally we hadn’t thought of, such as a flashback of the poison being poured into the wine. I am glad we had a good idea of what we were shooting as knowing what we wanted to do and planning the day around it made all of production far less time-consuming.

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