Project #1 Evaluations – Spring 2015

Broadcasting I Students:

Please answer the following questions.  Students must answer all questions in complete sentences. Answer questions using the comment section below.  Please use an email address that you currently use.  – Coach Webb

Question #1:  What was the most difficult aspect of the first phase of production (pre-production)?

Question #2:  What is the storyboard important to the pre-production phase?

Question #3:  What was the most difficult part of the shooting phase?  What was your favorite part of the shooting phase?

Question #4:  Why is it important to shoot as much video as possible?

Question #5:  What was the most challenging part of the editing phase?

Question #6:  What did you learn from a technical aspect that will help you next time?

Question #7:  What did you learn from other videos that will help you in the future?

About the Author

Scott Webb
AV Production Teacher - Walker Valley High School - Cleveland, Tennessee. Host of the WV SportsZone and The Finish Line on Talk 101.3 The Buzz. Scott is married to Jessica, a 3rd Grade teacher at Charleston Elementary, and has two kids: Megan and Tyler (both WVHS graduates). Contact Scott via email - swebb@bradleyschools.org

6 Comments on "Project #1 Evaluations – Spring 2015"

  1. Elly Arrendale | February 13, 2015 at 8:35 am | Reply

    1. The most difficult part was trying to get an idea.
    2. It gives you an idea of what the scene should look like. It shows the camera angles, who is in the scene, and what they say.
    3. The most difficult part was making sure everyone did what they were supposed to do on camera and keeping the camera in the right spot. My favorite part was when we had to change something because it was fun to create new ideas to keep the story interesting.
    4. The more video you have, the more options you have during the editing process. Then, you can make sure you got the right shot.
    5. The most challenging part of editing was finding music to go with the scenes and where it and the video itself needed cuts.
    6. I learned what type of music goes where and how to add and cut it.
    7. I learned how other effects make dramatic effects too.

  2. 1. I think putting the script together was the hardest part because I usually just kind of go with the flow and then go back and write down what happened.

    2. You need the story board so you can figure out what your scenes are going to look like.

    3. Getting everything to be perfect was really hard. but shooting is always funny.

    4, If you shoot a lot of video you can have more options of shots to use.

    5. The hardest part is making sure everything is the way you wanted it and adding the right music and or sound effects.

    6. I learned how to put the videos together to make one video and I think that’s really cool.

    7. Sound effects make the video more fun, like in the secret agent video.

  3. Nathanael Reagan | February 13, 2015 at 8:39 am | Reply

    1) Coming up with a good plot took some brain-storming, but after that it wasn’t difficult to come up with scene ideas and things like that.
    2) You mean “why is it important?”, right? Well, it would be difficult w/o it because everything would be improvised therefore maybe not making a good plot for the viewer.
    3) I loved doing all of the shooting and I don’t really think there was a hard or difficult aspect of it.
    4) It’s important because you never know when something maybe deleted and you need an extra shot or maybe you change your mind about the plot and put in a different clip than you originally wanted. For us, it also made good bonus footage/bloopers for our second project.
    5) Adding in the muzzle flashes when I had never done them in Premiere before was probably the most difficult. Once I learned it was pretty easy, but again, time-consuming.
    6) Copy & Paste comes in handy more than you think it does.
    7) From one I learned to always make your plot make sense, and the other I learned to make it more in-depth and entertaining.

  4. mikaesha montgomery | February 13, 2015 at 8:41 am | Reply

    1.) The most difficult pat was
    2.)The storyboard is important to the pre-production phase because it sets a guideline and makes the story flow.
    3.)The most difficult part was trying to find the right setting for the each scene.My favorite part was the acting because i like getting into character.
    4.)Shooting as much video as possible not only saves you time, but when you continue to the editing phase you’ll have a variety of videos to choose from to see witch fit best.
    5.) The most difficult part of the editing phase was to put special effects on each scene so our audience wont get bored
    6.) The more technical you are with your video the more good it’s going to be and that
    will help me next time.
    7.) The others videos were creative and it showed me that ,y group need to thimk more outside the box.

  5. autumn johnson | February 13, 2015 at 8:55 am | Reply

    1. The hardest thing was to come up with a good idea and a good story line.
    2. It tells you who you need to be in the scene and where the scene needs to take place.
    3. People weren’t very serious in the first video. My favorite part was watching Aaron fall down the stairs…
    4. It is important because you could not like a certain scene and retake it so you could have more to choose from.
    5. I think it was finding music to go with the different scenes.
    6. I learned how to add and cut things from the video.
    7. I learned what other effects are available too.

  6. Abbey Williams | March 20, 2015 at 8:24 am | Reply

    1. I think putting the script together was the hardest part because we usually just work on the script as we go, adjusting and changing things.
    2. You need the story board so you can figure out what your scenes are going to look like
    3.Getting everything to be perfect was pretty hard but shooting is always really fun/funny
    4. If you shoot a lot of video you have more options of shots to use so you don’t have to go back later and reshoot scenes
    5. The hardest part is making sure everything is the way you want it, shooting the scenes just right and editing it to where it attracts your audience
    6. I learned how to edit each individual video and make it into one
    7. Sound effects make the video more fun. like in the secret agent video

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