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Evaluation 7

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Alex Farnell

on 15 April 2010

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Transcript of Evaluation 7

Match on Action This is an example of match on action within both our prelim and our final film, as you can see we started with the hand on the door handle, we then moved through the next shot of them walking through the door frame by frame until it matched up - this worked better in our final due to uneven editing in our prelim. Looking back at your preliminary task (the continuity editing task), what do you feel you have learnt in the progression from it to full product? Shot reverse shot (over the shoulder) this is an example of shot reverse shot in both of our films, this also worked better within our final film because we edited it slickly which made it look more effective. This shot is normally used to show communication between characters. During our final film we managed to stick to the 180 degree rule while using this show as to not disorientate the viewer. Long shot This is a long shot - we decided to use a long shot to show our character on his journey and cross-cut to the follower. This adds excitement to the viewer. Long shots are normally used to show characters in surroundings or to establish a setting. This could also be seen as an establishing shot Low angle shot This is a low angle shot, we decided to edit this into our final film to add a variety and pace into our film, low angle shots normally show the viewer being inferior to the character. High angle (Birds eye view) We used the high angle shot to show the two different characters at the same time, we also used it to remind the audience that they are watching the action and aren't involved. Birds eye view shots normally connotes the viewer being superior. Close up This is a close-up from our prelim task. close up focuses on a particular object or body part. From the prelim this panned up to reveal the character in full removing the enigma code. From the prelim task i have learnt how to continuity edit smoothly and how to cross cut to give a better effect on filming to make it more believable.
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