Monday, 24 January 2011

Bag swap task

For preparation to our Thriller opening scene we were asked to plan, shoot and edit a bag swap. We did not have a lot of time to plan which means we only done a rough idea of it.

If you compare our original plan to the final product there are a few changes. We changed a few of the shots because we felt that it would have had a better effect this way. We also added a few new shots which we also felt would have a good effect to the clip.

After finishing filming we uploaded the clips and started editing them together using a program called 'Final Cut Pro'. We had many shots of various things, we also had a few shots of the same scene, this is so when we started editing we could of chose the best clip.

While editing we all worked as a group but also let each other have a go at using the program.
After finishing editing we played the whole clip back and saw that the editing was timed well and that many different type of shots were used.

These are a few examples of the different type of shots we used.

over the shoulder                                                                                         medium shot              

   medium long shot                                                                                  close up   

Long shot


We also used pan and tracking shots to make a better effect.

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