Local Art Film. Creating a video showcase of a local art museum or piece of art. Local Art. Local Art is vital to the community! With in your group let’s discuss some reasons as to why. . Local Art Museums. Indiana University Art Museum. Again….
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Creating a video showcase of a local art museum or piece of art.
Local Art is vital to the community!
With in your group let’s discuss some reasons as to why.
Indiana University Art Museum.
Let’s discuss the importance of local art museums!
Joel Washington is a local Bloomington artist, who specializes in colorful portraits of historical figures like this one of Lightning Hopkins.
The Peau Rouge located in the front yard of the Indiana University Music and Arts Center (MAC).
Dave Rowe is a Bloomington sculptor and professor at Indiana University. This piece his abstract representation of a dock made of wood.
C. Define all critical information, and write down the details. This list covers anything and everything that you want to put into the movie or script. It can include special equipment that will be deeded for a particular shot. This list will grow and change from day to day and in a big movie you may have a notebook full of lists for each part of the movie.
D. Create a working narrative, a script, by actually writing down everything that is going to be said.
E. Do a location survey, and decide where you are going to shoot the movie.
F. Get approvals: City, State, Fire, Police, etc.
G. The shooting planning. Divide the script into what part is going to be shot where and when.
H. Scheduling all of the parts with all of the people involved.
I. The preshoot prep ensures that everything gets to the right place at the right time.
A. Meet with everyone to ensure that everyone understands the shot and what they are doing.
B. Set-up lighting
C. Set-up Camera placement
D. Set-up Audio: remember that in post production the video will be edited to the audio. The audio sets the pace and timing of your production.
E. Shoot log: Keep a record of each shot, your performances or activities
F. A Slate is clapped together at the beginning of each shot to identify each shots' name, date, and take number.
A. Post logging is a listing of exactly which shots are good, and in which order they are to be assembled.
B. Re-shoot (if necessary)
C. Edit audio
D. Edit video to the finished audio
E. Edit music
F. Review / approval
G. Re-edit (if necessary)
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