5 SHOT SEQUENCE (photos or video)
Sequencing is using several shots to tell a story. It is the basics of any video production. When shooting sequences, use a variety of shot sizes and ALWAYS think/use CAPs.
1) OPEN THIS FILE FIRST. Make a copy and rename it "5shot planning guide_group member names"
2) Fill out the pre-production guide and leader will "turn in" for the entire group. Your pre-production guide must be approved before you are able to check out a camera.
3) You will need to take 5 video shots that tells the story of an everyday action using the 4 basic shots and a variety of composition techniques. The forth or fifth shot should be a reaction shot.
4) Edit your raw video using Final Cut Pro. Video must include the following:
-5 Shot Sequence Title
-Names and Period
-5 Shots (at least 3 seconds each)
-Credits at the end
-Song from dewolfemusic.com (fade in/out music)
-No Shaky Shots
-Must lower audio from raw footage
-No titling, No panning
-Watch for anything distracting in the background
-Is your shot level
-No added effects
6) Leader will post Draft #1 to Google Classroom as a .m4v file.
7) Critiques & Redo Final Draft