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Stef Steson 18 February 2016
Transcript of videoproduction English
3 important stages in video
PREPRODUCTION: research, concept script & planning
PRODUCTION: shooting video
storyboard & script
Set the learning goals,
the target group and the
format of your video.
Think about the 5 W's !
The actual content of your concept is developed in a script and a storyboard. A script does this in writing,
a storyboard will visualize.
A good planning is essential
for a succesful videoproduction.
It will include everything
you will do or need during
the production and
During production you will start shooting all the scenes and shots you have prepared in preproduction.
Use your script and storyboard to shoot the footage you need.
the 180° rule
Using different shots types
3 basic types of shots CU/MEDIUM/LONG
Making a good frame. The Rule of Thirds
POSTPRODUCTION: editing & distribution
Give your subject space
FIXED CAMERA POSITIONS
MOVING CAMERA POSITIONS
don't tell them
A Picture’s Worth a Thousand Words!
The camera angle marks the specific location at which
a movie camera or video camera is placed to take a shot
3 Basic Angles
3 Basic Angles
To avoid confusion you have to stay at one side of the line.
Don't cross the line !
THE 180 DEGREE RULE
In Focus : your subject is in focus
Out of Focus: your subject is out of focus
More pixels mean a sharper pictures and gives the image much more details.
Mixed Lighting ( inside/outside )
Strong Backlight ( strong light behind a personage/object )
3 point lighting ( key fill back )
Use an external Michrophone
Watch out for disturbing background noise
Good footage = Good Sound
Check always your audio using the headphones
WHAT ?! WE NEED SOUND ?
ROCK 'n ROLL BABY
WRITE 100 TIMES
THE W's STORY