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What have you learnt about technologies from the process of
Transcript of What have you learnt about technologies from the process of
By Matt Eaton
Throughout the year, I have used many technologies to create my final product. These technologies range from software like Premiere, After Effects and Photoshop, and hardware like tripods, the IMacs, and the Canon 700D that I used for filming.
Magic Bullet (Photoshop)
I used Magic Bullet in Photoshop to colour correct my clips. This was important as it raised the quality of my opening tremendously as it made the footage look so much better.
Throughout the year, I used two computers for everything. I mainly used my Laptop, a MacBook Pro 2012. With an Intel i5 processor, it means I can run multiple applications at once, which is very useful when it comes to using premiere, and needing Wordpress or Vimeo open.
Another app from the Adobe Suite that I used was Photoshop. I didn't use this nearly as much as Premiere but it was important when I made my storyboard for my movie. Other than my storyboard, I didn't use Photoshop, but the storyboard was crucial in filming so I knew what shots I'd need.
I used software like Adobe Premiere Pro to edit my clips in my final movie. With tools like the "razor tool" it was easy to cut and move clips precisely, easily adding sound and other clips on layers.
This was the last of the Adobe Suite that I used. I used this technology to add titles onto my product. It allowed me to add text for the right amount of frames I wanted. This was a great help as it was easy to be accurate
As I mentioned, I used a Canon 700D, this was a great help as it has many features including, the screen which can be flipped 180 degrees. This helped tremendously for the overhead shot as I put the camera on a monopod and without the turnable screen, I wouldn't have been able to see what I was recording.
I used other miscellaneous tools such as: a Tripod, a Monopod, and a set of dolley tracks. These were all vital to making my opening. The Tripods were used in almost every shot to make them all stable and therefore viewable. As I mentioned earlier, the monopod was used for two shots in the killing sequence, but all of the cooking sequence. A monopod was better for these shots due to how most of them were overhead shots, which would have been much harder to do with a tripod.
Other tools cont.
The last tool I used were the set of dolley tracks. These were used for many clean gliding shots throughout the whole sequence. Without the tracks, I wouldn't have been able to get these shots.