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Preliminary Anylisis

Media studies prliminary piece anylisis.
by

Georgia Tooby

on 12 December 2012

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Transcript of Preliminary Anylisis

Preliminary Piece-
Analysis By Liberty Productions Pre-production Production- Filming process For our editing we used 'Adobe Premier Pro CS4'. Throughout our filming we included eye line match and match on action to make our editing seem more realistic and smooth to create effective continuity.

We watched our rough copy over and over again while editing to make decisions as to where the editing needed to be made. Post-production Personally we say that we fulfilled the brief because we achieved the task requirements to the best of our ability. If we organized our group contribution more effectively, sharing the responsibility, the overall all piece would have been more successful.

Things we have learn't for the main piece:
- Match on action
- 180 degree rule/ reverse shot
- Continuity
- Framing
- Variety of shots and camera movements Evaluation The Team: Callum, Georgia, Jem and Olly.

The brief: Continuity task involving filming and editing a character opening a door, crossing a room and sitting down on a chair opposite another character, with whom she/he then exchanges a couple of lines of dialogue. The task should demonstrate match on action, shot/reverse shot and the 180 degree rule. Pre- Production
We prepared for this task through visiting a number of locations and practicing various shots there. We did a film run through before deciding on the final locations.

We created a brief storyboard before visiting locations and a final one after we decided where we were going to film to get the correct angles and shots.

We decided for Olly to be our 'bully' as he fits the typically bully stereotype. Jem performed as our victim as he portrayed a very convincing role. Roles:
Callum- Camera man
Georgia- Director
Olly- Actor (Bully)
Jem- Actor (Victim)

Shots used:
- Mid shots - Extreme close ups
- Close ups - Tilting shot
- Tracking shot - Zoom
- Long shot
- Panning shot
- Two person shot
- Over shoulder shot Production- Filming process We had two attempts at filming
our preliminary piece. The first to establish locations and shots and our second attempt filming was our final piece.

We had initial problems organizing roles but was soon resolved. We had difficulties finding suitable classrooms to film our conversation scene considering our filming took part over two days and different classrooms were in use. Also had the problem of other groups filming at the same time which caused lots of waiting around. Post- Production Editing was done by Georgia Tooby and Callum Hind.

A problem that occurred while editing was when we transferred footage to Adobe Premier Pro we found that it often cut out the last few seconds of certain shots. This meant we had to re-upload these shots in order for it to be resolved, taking up valuable time. Evaluation From the requirements of the task, we realized we over think things and may complicate things e.g 180 degree rule. We did not have a problem with the match on action due to the fact we have previously done this in a previous task.
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