The process was slow and bad, and my team has been working each other to place the camera in places to make the shot perfect. The editing process is slow and a little complicated but we got the shots we need, and these first projects have been a little bit slow but don't blame my crew, they are good partners during the first projects, and I feel better for the second project but the first one was a little bit bad to be honest it wouldn't be bad if it had no zoom
I liked the shot where I have to get CPR because it was funny how I said that I felt happy after dying from Emily. the least favorite camera move/shot is the ones we messed up because they were bad, just bad.what I learned from making videos is that there are a ton of different ways of making shots.
1) we were going to try to make perfect and have less shots but it didn't work out so well so we tried our best to make it look good.
2) I designed two designs for the play, a cape with an eye patch and a lab suit with the same eye patch and I designed the cape for the meeting scene where I popped in the scene and designed the lab suit where I put them in a lab.
3)The TV show pilot was around Patrick's script and his idea to do his script, but working with the scripts was a little bit difficult to that we had to put them in a pile in order to let other people pass, and the shots that brought the show to life was the talking back and forth scene because those were two different shots
My two biggest Psychological barriers I came to was that some scenes made me cut part of the films of the good parts like cutting fat off the meat. My second one is when we have to get the right shots in order from the beginning to the end by trying to not have so many of useless or messed up shots like again cutting fat off of meat. The biggest success during my time making films was the editing skills getting better of editing shots of film to make them look good
Reflections from the Film 1 students of Fall 2018