We went to BFI Southbank to see the film Dracula 1960s. I found it very slow with long takes which i didn’t like because i made the story drag on. The atmosphere of the BFI southbank is exciting and like going they.
I’ve learned how use the recordings studio
The workshop was very useful going to the Pro Tools class it was helpful I wish I token more pro tools classes because I think sound is really important when making a film the workshop was helpful we learn more about pro tools and also recording desk it’s was perfect timing because I was filming a short about SPACE that had a voice over actress in most of the film scene.
In one of the workshops, we learned how to use it; Pro Tools is software that’s digital audio workstation software is similar to a multi-track tape recorder and mixer, with additional features that can only be performed in the digital domain. It’s used in podcast, Radio station, films, games and audio book and other professionals throughout the audio industries for recording and editing in music production, film scoring, film and television post production, musical notation and MIDI sequencing. In workshops we learn
We learned how to use it Pro Tools, It is widely used by professionals throughout the audio industries for recording and editing in music production, film scoring, film and television post production, musical notation and MIDI sequencing.
Camera from the loan store
I learned how to use the JVC GY-HM100 and the Canon EOS 600D. The JVC wear the easiest to us but the Canon EOS had some problems with the camera setting and the aspect ratio I shot some of film scene 480i/p, DV NTSC and some scene in 1080i/p it ruined the hold concept of the film.
Lighting kit from the loan store
It was simple to get use to the lighting kit because previously work on lighting at Barnet college some of the part for the lights were missing but beside that I didn’t have a problem with the lights.