My name is Jerom Thambipillai (8692). I am part of Group 2 consisting of Olamide Ajisafe (8010) and Matthew Davies(8511). I have completed Brief 1: Film. To see my portfolio evidence please click on the labels on the right named "A2 research and planning plan, A2 construction A2 evaluation"
Below is our finished music video
Group 3 Music Video Layla Obi- Blue Lights
Below is the outside panel of my Digipak Album cover
Group 3 DIGIPAK FRONT COVER
Below is the inside panels of my album cover
GROUP 3 DIGIPAK INSIDE COVER
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Monday, 26 September 2016
R+P Post 30: My shoot-board
For our shoot we created two shoot boards: one for on location and one for in the studio. This made it easier in terms of organisation and efficiency as we wouldn't need shots from our studio on location and vice versa. Extracts from our shoot-board can be seen below.
Two extracts from our On-location shoot board
A shoot-board is necessary as it acts as a tick-list to make sure we have covered all the planned shots during our shoot. An image column with a drawing of the shot and a description is present in the shoot-board in order to help us visualise the shot whilst on set. A props column is used to ensure we remember to bring our required props to the shoot as well as to remind us which shot we're using them in. The last column is a "identify Good-takes" column. Using this column we will make a not of which take was the best whilst still on set. This will make editing much more efficient.
The same shoot board template was used for our studio shots, as seen below.