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  1. Joseph Margiotti NQ: Media Basic Video Camera Operations F585 11 Intro Unit Reviewing Task Visual Narration Task

  2. Joseph Margiotti NQ: Media Basic Video Camera Operations F585 11 To enable candidates to develop an understanding of basic camera Operations and processes.This is a practical Unit providing a chance for candidates to shoot their own video material. Outcomes : 1. Describe basic video camera functions. 2. Prepare equipment to shoot video source material. 3. Use video camera equipment to shoot video source material in accordance with a given brief.

  3. NQ: Media Basic Video Camera Operations F585 11 WEEK 4 - Task The team members should rotate for each item of the task • Attach Battery and power up Camera • Erect Tripod and mount camera securely • Open Lens • Select Record Mode • Select Manual Focus • Select Aperture Priority • Select Correct f-stop for interior and white balance camera • Frame MCU and Focus Subject • Find and Playback Recording

  4. Joseph Margiotti Homework This exercise is designed to help you with character building, story structure and writing action sequences. TASK: Script and Storyboard a 2 minute sequence with dialogue centred on two characters from you chosen film genre, i.e: gangster,horror,comedy. As a group, each member of the team should be able to justify the merits of the two characters that they have selected. The group should then work together as a crew member in each others film. Part a) Pre-production planning – script and storyboard must contain dialogue and have a minimum of 10 different shots 6 different standard television shot sizes 1 pan and 1 tilt Part b) using the tripod:Shoot and in-camera edit of the sequence]

  5. Joseph Margiotti battery

  6. Mains & recharge Health & safety

  7. Mains & recharge Health & safety

  8. Mains & recharge Health & safety

  9. Joseph Margiotti Select buttons

  10. Joseph Margiotti manual focus

  11. Joseph Margiotti zoom

  12. Joseph Margiotti Manual focus

  13. Joseph Margiotti Manual focus

  14. Joseph Margiotti Manual focus

  15. Joseph Margiotti Aperture priority

  16. Joseph Margiotti Aperture priority

  17. Joseph Margiotti Aperture priority

  18. Joseph Margiotti White balance

  19. White balance Joseph Margiotti

  20. Joseph Margiotti White balance

  21. Joseph Margiotti White balance

  22. Joseph Margiotti White balance

  23. Joseph Margiotti White balance

  24. Joseph Margiotti White balance

  25. Joseph Margiotti recording

  26. Joseph Margiotti Recording mode

  27. Joseph Margiotti recording

  28. Joseph Margiotti pause

  29. Joseph Margiotti Video playback

  30. Joseph Margiotti Video playback

  31. Joseph Margiotti Video playback

  32. Joseph Margiotti Video playback

  33. Joseph Margiotti Video playback

  34. Joseph Margiotti menu

  35. Joseph Margiotti Time code

  36. Joseph Margiotti Steady shot

  37. Joseph Margiotti hard drive recording

  38. Joseph Margiotti External mic

  39. Joseph Margiotti Fine quality recording

  40. Joseph Margiotti Widescreen recording

  41. Joseph Margiotti playback

  42. Visual Narration

  43. Visual Narration

  44. Camera Angles

  45. Camera Movement

  46. Camera Establishing shot. Opening shot or sequence, frequently an exterior 'General View' as an Extreme Long Shot (ELS). Used to set the scene.

  47. Camera Long shot (LS). Shot which shows all or most of a fairly large subject (for example, a person) and usually much of the surroundings. Extreme Long Shot (ELS) - see establishing shot: In this type of shot the camera is at its furthest distance from the subject, emphasising the background. Medium Long Shot (MLS): In the case of a standing actor, the lower frame line cuts off his feet and ankles. Some documentaries with social themes favour keeping people in the longer shots, keeping social circumstances rather than the individual as the focus of attention.

  48. Camera Medium shots. Medium Shot or Mid-Shot (MS). In such a shot the subject or actor and its setting occupy roughly equal areas in the frame. In the case of the standing actor, the lower frame passes through the waist. There is space for hand gestures to be seen. Medium Close Shot (MCS): The setting can still be seen. The lower frame line passes through the chest of the actor. Medium shots are frequently used for the tight presentation of two actors (the two shot), or with dexterity three (the three shot).

  49. Camera MCU (Medium Close-Up): head and shoulders. BCUs are rarely used for important public figures; MCUs are preferred, the camera providing a sense of distance. Note that in western cultures the space within about 24 inches (60 cm) is generally felt to be private space

  50. Camera Close-up (CU). A picture which shows a fairly small part of the scene, such as a character's face, in great detail so that it fills the screen. It abstracts the subject from a context. Close-ups focus attention on a person's feelings or reactions, and are sometimes used in interviews to show people in a state of emotional excitement, grief or joy.