2. Either draw quick storyboards of the scene or write out the short story for approval.
3. Fill out the one-page Pre-Production Form that outlines your plan; who is doing what, what props you'll need, what is the general blocking for the scene, etc.
4. Check-out a camera, tripod, and film/photo pass.
5. Film your scene quickly and professionally.
*Remember that you represent Video Production when you're out filming in the building. Staff and administrators take note of how students conduct themselves. Please have the best interest of the shop in mind when you make choices.
6. Bring everything back to shop!
7. Turn in your equipment and capture your footage on one of the computers in the editing suite.
PRODUCTION - Everything that happens while the camera rolls on set. This could include
POST-PRODUCTION - Everything that happens after the camera stops rolling on set. This could include capturing and logging media, editing, color correcting, sound design, graphics, rendering, exporting, credits, etc.
LOCATION SCOUTING - When the main members of the producing team search for the ideal location to film each scene. They must evaluate available light, possible sound interruptions, props and set dressings that may need to be moved or brought in, etc.
***Students collaborate to edit their scenes together during introduction to editing.***
EXAMPLES OF STUDENT WORK (BELOW)
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