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Unit 3 LO 3.1

Week 8,9,10- Hallo Project

For this project we have been given the task of creating a piece which the speech is only the greeting “Hallo.”

I’ve already had several ideas on this and I think I want to focus on horror. As my piece is only going to be about 30 seconds, I want to focus on creating suspense throughout the clip. I want to focus on horror as I feel this is a genre I’m already quite familiar with.

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Week 7: Unit 3: Job Roles: Working Practises

This week we learnt about working practises in the media industry. This included things like freelancing, self employment and being a employer. We also had to write a career timeline for ourselves.

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(Reed, No Date)

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Week 6: Unit 1: Skills: Slating and Lighting

This week we did two practicals, one focused on learning how to use a clapperboard during filming and another on experimenting with lighting.

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Week 5: Unit 1: Skills: Introduction to Editing

This week we have started learning how to use Avid Media Composer. Avid is a software where we will be editing all of our projects.

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(Avid, No Date)

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Week 4: Unit 3: Jobs: Cameraman and Auteur Theory

In this lecture we learnt about how to become a cameraman and what’s paths are best to becoming one.

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(Prasanna Hegde, 18th November 2014)

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Week 4: Unit 1: Skills: Camera

For this lesson we learnt about cameras and the 180 degree rule. In this we also created our own storyboard and created shots that followed our storyboard.

 

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Storyboard

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Week 3: Unit 3: Jobs: Sound Engineer and Foley Engineer

In this lecture we learnt about the careers of a Foley engineer and a sound engineer and how to become one.

HOW TO BECOME A FOLEY ENGINEER OR A SOUND ENGINEER.

Firstly, to become a Foley engineer you have to be become a sound engineer first. A sound engineer is more general while a Foley engineer is a specialist.

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Week 3: Unit 1: Skills: Introduction to Audio

In this lesson we were introduced to audio. We learnt about different microphones and how they work.

Sound is a wave hence sound waves. Sound works by air molecules vibrating against each other and moving back and forth between the speaker and the receiver.

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Week 2: Unit 3: Jobs: Lighting Engineer

A lighting engineer is a lot more than just someone who operates lights. Being a lighting engineer takes a lot of skills and isn’t a simple job to do. They design the lighting to fit the look of the set, they maintain the lights and have to know how to fix them and they have to know how to set up the lights.

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(National Career Service, No Date)

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