In this learning outcome focuses on the sort of skills you would need for a career in media production and I’ve learned about: Technical skills are those that you are taught, the sort of things you wouldn’t know how to do unless shown for example: how to shoot a film, how to take pictures, how […]Read more "Media Expression 7: Skills and Job Opportunities"
Image from here Today I’ve learned about: The risks of working in media production such as: when you are recording a documentary about sharks under water you risk to get bitten to death or loose a part of your body, when your recording a car stunt if your holding the camera you could risk to […]Read more "Media Expression Learning Outcome 6 – Health, Safety, Welfare and Personal Hygiene"
My learning style is Kinaesthetic and Visual. Areas I’m good at are: Kinaesthetic Image from www.speechbuddy.com If I would want to cook a new dish, I like to follow my own instincts testing as I cook. If I am teaching someone something new I tend to demonstrate first and then let them have a go. When […]Read more "Learning Styles"
In this learning outcome I’ve learned about: Type of shots for example: extreme long shot ( ELS),long shot (LS), Medium shot (MS), Close up (CU), extreme close up (ECU), Birds eye, rule of thirds, over the shoulder, panning, tracking. The 180 degree rule the shots have to be shot from an angle of 180 degree […]Read more "Media Expression Learning Outcome 5 – Technical Training"
Image from here In this learning outcome I’ve learned how to do story boards. I took a look at scripts, shooting schedules and call sheets also prepared a story board for a film and a running order for radio. I have read a script then i got two pages with 12 slides where I […]Read more "Media Expression Learning Outcome 4 – Practical Research"
In this learning outcome i have learned about: No matter what show you watch on TV or hear on the radio, it will always follow the path: pre-production – production – post production. Important parts of pre-production are: costumes, script, equipment. The key elements of production are: shoot the scenes, actors, director. Important parts of […]Read more "Media Expression Learning Outcome 3 – Production Methods"
Analogue – a person or thing seen as comparable to another. Image from here Back track – pursue, trace, or monitor. Image from here Call sheet – The daily call sheets a filmmaking term for the schedule crafted by the assistant director, using the director’s shot list. Image from here Foley – is concerned with the […]Read more "Technical terms and definitions"