In today’s lesson, we have learned something about filming preparing.
The filming’s order always followed by locations. For example, there is a mirror reflection in my film which is something happend in the same place at the beginning and the end. Of course, it seems like I should follow this rules in this part. However, I need different wearther to set off the protagonist’s different feeling. So, apparently, some shots I can not filming in the same day.
Therefore, it gets very important to set up a reasonable shot list first.
Use one form for each location.
There are also lots of hirable film kits provide for us by Simon:
And Simon also provides us an opportunity to shoot in front of the green screen:
unfortunately, I did not plan to set a fake scene, I felt very disappointed for that.
I’ll finished my filming this weekend, but the weather maybe terrible. Good luck to me!
At this moment, I have received my storyboard’s feedback.
Like Simon said, if I could show more detail about her before she meets her friend in the new city, it will make the story more understandable.
And about the reason for her depression. If I can set this shot at the end of my story, it will help to make the audience interested in why she is depressed.
to be continued….
This is it. Terrrible storyboard isn’t it?
As you can see, I did not doing lots of research to finish this storyboard(audio and media list). Apparently, 29 shots is not enough to present my whole idea. I will do some reaserch as much as I could to figure out a best way to achieve my story purpose and the core message —- ‘Life maybe beat you, but as long as there is tomorrow, you should never give up. ’