In this learning outcome we looked at the essentials for pre-production, production and post-production. We looked at some terminology and looked up their definition.
We also looked at the similarities with studios for radio and TV. Next we looked at the definition for techniques used in film making like panning, tracking and zooming.
We also had to identify some media equipment and had two write down what they did, then we looked at diffrent types of audios in TV and film like location sound, wild track and ADR. Next we looked at some audio tracks and wrote down what we heard.
Some times in shooting for films or TV shows there is a need for certain equipment i will now list off some things that may be needed,
1, Wind Muff – For Stopping the wind from overpowering the voices of the actors.
2, Tripod – Used to stabilise the camera so the shot isn’t shaken.
3, Lapel Mic – This is usually used for Tv because it is easy to conceal ind usually doesn’t stand out.
4, Dolly – Used for walking shots and following characters during fight scenes.
5, Monitor – A small screen to see how the shot will look through the camera.
A common Technique used in horror movies nowadays is “Jump Scares” which is where something pops onto the screen and a loud sound plays to try and make the viewer jump out of their seats hence the name “Jump Scare”. an example of this in the new IT movie trailer in the scene where the child is looking into the storm drain and the clown pops into view without warning.