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F3039 - Everything you Need to Know About Filming on Location, Progression of Takes & Defining Your Directing Style

Everything you Need to Know About Filming on Location, Progression of Takes & Defining Your Directing Style
Item No. F3039

Everything you Need to Know About Filming on Location, Progression of Takes & Defining Your Directing Style

Series: Training in Digital Filmmaking
Item No: F3039
Length: 76 minutes
UPC: 709629230392
Copyright: 2011
CC: Yes
MARC Record: Yes
Language: English
Grade Level: 11-Adult
Age Range: 17-Adult
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SRP: $49.95
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The course teaches: Locations: Alcohol and Safety, Managing Location Providers, Fast Interior LED Lighting, Bar Interior. Location Shooting: Rehearsing at the Location, Permissions, Working with the Location Owner, Substituting at the Location, Shooting Segways, Moving Locations For Exteriors, Wardrobe Continuity. Acting: Positioning the Actors, Extras, Spontaneity, Improv, Staying in Character Between Locations, Using off Camera Voice Prompts, Progression of Takes, Getting a Hold on the Character. Directing: Defining Your Style, Choosing The Takes, Changing the Delivery of Dialogue, Choosing the Scene Mood, Interacting with the Cast and Crew, Making the Decisions both on and off set, Body Language to The Left Right. Lighting: Reach Minimums of 5o IRE Level, Quick Lighting on Location, Battery Operated Lights, Dimming the Light Path, Creating Primary Shadows, Using Panels, Hair Light, Key and Fill Light Balance, Kicker Lights or 3/4 back light, Gaining Up, White Balance Comparatives - 5600K Daylight - 4400K Fluorescent - 3200K Tungsten. Camera: Camera Zebra, Gaining Up, Using Natural Surrounding Lighting, Set Lighting Comparatives, Get Your Shot Get Your Close Ups First, Shooting the Environment, 3 Dimensional Perspectives, Eyelines 3 Subjects, Matching Action, Framing for Intercutting, Establish Shots Using Curving Lines od Depth, Lower Angle Tripod Shots, Drawing Attention to the Actors or Background, Look Space, Film Cutaways, Depth of Field Focus and Rack Focus. Microphones: Ambient Sound, Lavallire Microphone Vs. Shotgun, Matching the Sound to the Location, Low Cost Shotgun Microphones, Blending the Ambient Shots, Microphone Proximity.

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