As filming is my main responsibility, I wanted to ensure that I understood what it involved, before beginning our project.
- Cinematographic techniques are things such as the choice of shot, and camera movement, all of which greatly influence the structure and meaning of a film. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cinematic_techniques
- I already know that a range of camera shots is vital for creating an exciting, tense trailer, but thought that this chart would help me as I could use it as a refernce which would ensure I swapped between shot types.
- I found this video particularly useful as it showed me a range of camera shots, angles and movement techinques vital for film production. It also helped me to pinpoint which angles would be effective for our project, such as high angles to show vulnerability and tracking, as if your following someones movements.
- http://www.filmeducation.org/staffroom/film_in_the_classroom/film_trailers/trailer_techniques.php was a useful website, as it provides tips and advice for creating the trailer itself, such as including an establishing shots and using sound effects alongside transitions to help add suspence.