Category Archives: Introduction to Single Camera
Five Minute Film for Digital Video Production Module In an earlier post entitled Pitching a Five Minute Film, I blogged about an idea I had for a music video. As an amateur musician I have played in bands and have written a lot … Continue reading
DVP Week 9 In the ninth session for the ‘Introduction to Single Camera’ module, we looked at overdubbing audio and the importance of sound in film-making. We were shown a clip from the DVD supplement that comes with the instructional … Continue reading
DVP Weeks 7 & 8 Our task was to reproduce a scene from any film of our choosing. The focus was on the use of lighting and mise-en-scène. Our lecture covered a series of very useful tips and techniques that should … Continue reading
DVP Week 6 Our mission: to perform a health & safety reconnoitre of the library, in light of shooting a ‘romantic scene’ in a suitable location therein. Our team ventured over to the Trinity St. David’s Lampeter campus library, armed wit
DVP Week 5 This week was the nerve-wracking ‘pitch’! We all had to present an idea to the group for a five-minute film of our choosing.
DVP Week 4 In the fourth session we had to upload our footage from last weeks ‘cup of tea’ film and edit it in ‘Final Cut Pro’. This was not an easy task as we are a large group; none … Continue reading
DVP Week 3 In the third DVP session, we looked at planning and storyboards. We were firstly asked to think about all the different steps of making a cup of tea, e.g.