REVIEW: THE BIG PICTURE: CREATING A MEDIA PROJECT (PRE-PRODUCTION PLANNING…
REVIEW: THE BIG PICTURE: CREATING A MEDIA PROJECT
Plan your lighting needs
Practice shots that you might want
Reserve and plan when you'll need this equipment
Roles in your crew. Who does what?
CONTENT - what you will shoot
HOW YOU WILL ORGANIZE YOUR SHOOT
When will you shoot each shot?
Which shots will you shoot together? Why?
3 COLUMN SCRIPT
What is it?
What is in each of the 3 columns?
TIME: How long is each shot? Running time totals.
VISUALS: What will the audience SEE?
What will you shoot?
Is the shot creative?
How does it communicate the feeling or concept you are trying to show?
AUDIO: What will the audience hear?
Voice over narration?
Shot sizes: (Know what each of these shots sizes are)
What is each shot size USED FOR?
LOOKING DIFFERENTLY: Seeing the world creatively.
Rule of Thirds
Eyes on the top 3rd line
WORKING EFFICIENTLY AS A TEAM
Talent (the people in the shot)
How is each shot lit?
Are you being creative?
Do you have good exposure for each shot?
Storaging files: Where are your media files kept?
Copying Files: Where will you keep a backup?
Renaming Files: How & When will you remane them to make editing easier?
What platform or program will you edit on?
Who will edit?
Where will your project edits be saved?
Bringing AUDIO & VIDEO together ACCORDING TO PLANNED SCRIPT
What is your timeframe for showing client your first edits and getting eedback?
ASSEMBLE EDIT: FIrst draft. Bring all elements together in sequence.
FINE CUT: Fine tune, trim, do any color correction, add & edit titles, Edit for Emotion & Timing.
DELIVERY OF FINAL PRODUCT
What File Format is expected of you by your client?
What is your deadline to deliver the final product?
What specific character traits or strengths does an editor need?
Punctuality. Focus. Organization. Attention to detail. Communication skills. Teamwork
THE NEXT STEP FOR YOUR "WHERE I'M FROM PROJECT" (AFTER WE RETURN TO SCHOOL)
PLAN YOUR SHOOT (Your Shot List)
BEGIN POST PRODUCTION
FOR EACH OF THE CONCEPTS IN THIS MIND-MAP
Know what it is
Know why it's important in producing a video project
Explain how you learned about it over the last few months in class and in your own work on the "Where I'm From" Project