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Video project for ELA
« on: May 25, 2016, 04:21:31 pm »
I have to film a 2-5 minute video that showcases a day in a life at our school, by using camera angles and effects and whatnot to showcase the meaning of different shots. Problem is I'm absolutely drained of ideas since I have no idea how the heck I could use camera angles to convey a message. I also don't know how I'm supposed to film it because I don't anyone besides myself to film. My teacher says that you don't have to have people on camera but I don't know how I would film it without doing that. Any ideas? Please?
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Re: Video project for ELA
« Reply #1 on: May 25, 2016, 05:27:36 pm »
I actually did a bit on this in Media studies at school, I can find my work there tomorrow if you'd like. From what I remember, different levels (worms eye view; above the eye line) can help show different parts of the school and how people are feeling. Different angles (camera pointed up or down at subject) can show dominance and/or authority. Thats all very brief and I'll try and find my work tomorrow
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Re: Video project for ELA
« Reply #2 on: May 25, 2016, 06:11:29 pm »
I actually did a bit on this in Media studies at school, I can find my work there tomorrow if you'd like. From what I remember, different levels (worms eye view; above the eye line) can help show different parts of the school and how people are feeling. Different angles (camera pointed up or down at subject) can show dominance and/or authority. Thats all very brief and I'll try and find my work tomorrow

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