Tuesday, 2 November 2010

Lesson from my Microdrama

Shooting and editing our micro-drama has laugh me to bare a few things in mind when going out to shoot something.

The first being that i need to have planned what i am going to shoot on a screenplay document so that we have all our shots organised with the correct scripts. This enables us to shoot all the shots that we need from one area before moving to the next, meaning we don't have to keep returning to places in order to shoot scenes in the order that they come in the screenplay.

The second being that we need to film scenes at as many different shot angles as possible, incorporating lots of different types of shots so that the audience does not get bored/sick of the repetitiveness of the same two shots jumping back and forth.

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