ASSIGNMENT 3.4 | IN-CLASS TESTING
Characters in Conversation OR ACTION
- You are to produce a short video that showcases editing by Cutting on the Action.
- Set your camera up to create an over-the-shoulder point of view for your audience.
- Tape for the full conversation; keep it short so you remember what you said.
- Re-position the camera behind the other character and repeat the conversation.
- Set the camera up to see the initial character leave the scene showing the various interesting shots/angles to help the viewer understand the chain of events happening in your short film.
- Remember the 180 degree rule - always keep the camera on the same side of the action taking place.
- Each member must upload and edit the footage to submit to their e-portfolio. Each members video will vary in editing.
- The length of the video will be based upon the length of your storyline that will include all the required shots. Please keep it under 3 minutes.
- Your final piece must be submitted (Shared) as Movie Large Quality and upload to your website.
- Once you have finished you can move on to, or start planning, the next assignment Directing Shots Music Video
Exemplar of In-Class Testing - Characters in Conversation
As you begin to edit your In-Class Testing, we need to make the flow of the action as smooth and seamless as possible. To can this by cutting on the action. Watch the below video to see how this will work.