Shooting sequences: Wide shot, medium, closeup, over the shoulder or a reverse angle shot, and a creative shot.
Edit your sequences on Premiere individually. Export each one to show in class on Monday. You do not need to TRACK the sequences.
You do not need to send them to me. But be prepared to show the sequences in class.
This video on the class website gives a good example: https://youtu.be/5g_ArBSIunA
Use your tripod.
- Shoot an intersection near your house.
- Shoot a subway entrance.
- Shoot someone doing something in your kitchen, if possible. This is hard because it’s tricky to get all the shots in tight spaces.
- Shoot people shopping for groceries. They could be going in and out of a bodega or a deli.
- Shoot people walking on the street.
- Shoot someone, or people, doing something in a park near where you live.
*Film students. Edit the sequence to make a coherent story. You don’t need narration. Just let the video do the job.
For non-film students. There’s no need to edit. we’ll show you how to download and bring the video into Premiere at our next class.
Edited work for film students due September 17 at 5 p.m.