Project #1 Evaluation

AV Productions 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:  Why 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

14 Comments on "Project #1 Evaluation"

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

    Thinking of what to Film.

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

    It is important to make sure you have all your thoughts together

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

    The most difficult part was getting the timing and positioning right. My favorite is the after effects you can put on a video.

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

    It is important because you will need more video to work with.

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

    The most challenging part is remembering where everything is, and not clicking the wrong x.

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

    The green screen will help in later videos.

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

    Making a video can be easier if you make it more simple.

  2. 1) The hardest part was trying to think of an idea for the mini movie. Also, it was hard to make the script detailed.
    2) The storyboard is important because it makes the movie easier to video because you already know what angles and where you want to video.
    3) The most difficult part of the shooting phase was trying not to laugh, but also trying to get all the angles right. My favorite part of the shooting phase was acting everything out.
    4) It is important to shoot as much video as possible because you need choices when putting the video together, in case you did something wrong.
    5) The most challenging part of the editing phase was trying to make the ghost walking through the door work.
    6) When you video in front of a green screen, don’t let the person in front of it be video’d with out the green screen behind part of them.
    7) I learned from the other videos that we should try to do over the shoulder shots.

  3. jeremy millsaps | September 1, 2015 at 8:48 am | Reply

    1.It was changeling coming up with ideas.
    2.The story bored is important because it gives you a mane idea
    3.Hardest part was getting used to the camera, being part of it was the fun part
    4.So you can pick the best one.
    5.leaning how to do it etting used to the basic stuff
    6.I learned how to work the camera
    7.I learned how much conversation matters

  4. 1. The most difficult aspect of the first phrase was creating the storyboard.
    2. Because it helps you figure out what shots to use in the project.
    3. The most difficult part of the shooting phase was setting up different angles for conversations.
    4. I think it is more important to have more quality than quantity because someone can have a ton of bad shots while some people may have a lot of good shots, but less quantity.
    5. The most challenging part of editing was making the story come alive.
    6. I learned how to make a shot looked hazed.
    7. How to use music more effectively.

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

    The hardest part of pre- production was keeping flow in the storyboard.

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

    The storyboard allows the crew to see the shots that they are suppose to create. It gives them a visual reference to go off of.

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

    The most difficult part was getting the correct shots due to the fact we only had two people. The best part was just having the failed takes that were actually kind of comical.

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

    Shooting a lot of footage allows changing the ideas of the video and allowing a more diverse film.

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

    The most difficult part of editing was aligning videos so that the video looking proper and neat.

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

    I learned that it is easier just to cut and a line rather than shoot multiple takes.

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

    I learned different techniques and how to hold a conversation using camera angles.

  6. 1. The most difficult part of pre-production was figuring out dialog. 2. The storyboard is important becuase we need something to go by. 3. The most difficult part of the shooting phase was trying to figure out what angles we thought fit better. My favorite part was when i got stabbed. 4.It’s important to shoot as much as possible so we can see what fit betters. 5. The most challenging part of editing was trying to find music the fit the situation best. 6. I learned to use more angles to make the video more interesting. 7. I learned from other videos to make it more dramatic in some aspects.

  7. 1. creating a storyboard
    2. tells you what shots you need
    3. different angles for conversations going on
    4. incase you mess up you can use something else
    5. making it interesting to the viewer
    6.brice made a scene that was faded
    7. the green screen shot

  8. 1. I think for my group it was figuring out a more detailed script.

    2. It is important, because without it nobody would know whats going on.

    3. Trying to figure out the right shots for the right scene.

    4. So you can have several shots to go off of.

    5. Finding the right music for the video.

    6. Better angles during dialogue.

    7. To shoot more videos so we can chose from more.

  9. #1. the most difficult thing was keeping continuity

    #2. so we know how the video will go

    #3. it was difficult to know what part we need so there are no missing scene

    #4. we had to shoot as many as we could in case we mess up a scene

    #5. the hardest part of editing was to keep the scenes seamless

    #6. next time i could make it flow better

    #7. i could add different music and sounds

  10. 1. The most difficult part of the pre-production phase was trying to figure out the topic to film. 2. It was important because you can figure out the shots, angles, and how things will piece together. 3. The most difficult part of the shooting phase was the angles, and my favorite part was putting things to action. 4. It’s important because you can put more angles and shots into the video. 5. The hardest part of the editing phase was piecing things together. 6. I learnt that I will need to put more angles and shots into the next video. 7. I learnt from other videos that I will need to add on is the angles and shots

  11. 1. coming up with what to make the story about
    2. so that know what shots to do
    3.the hardest was taking the baseball part but it was also my favorite part
    4.so you can keep people from not being board
    5.it was getting al the shots right
    6.making it in slow mode
    7.how to do different angels and other things

  12. 1. The most difficult part of pre-production was filming.

    2. The storyboard tells whats going to happen in the story.

    3. The most difficult part of the film was the sequence where I had to get beat up by Tyler.

    4. So you have a choice of clips to pick from when editing.

    5. I came in later, so I had no idea how to edit.

    6. Use all optional camera angles.

    7. Take more time when editing, Have more of a plan before filming the video.

  13. 1) Trying to come up with a detailed enough script.
    2) It’s like an answer key when you’re shooting.
    3) The most difficult part of the shooting phase is coming up with the right shots (my answer to number two). The easiest part was the end.
    4) So you know you didn’t do something wrong.
    5) There wasn’t really a difficult part of editing because the video was pretty straight foward.
    6) Better angles during conversations.
    7) Help during conversations.

  14. 1.The most difficult thing about the pre_production phase was trying to figure out the correct use of dialog.
    2.The storyboard allows the members in the group to see what shots have to be used and how to use it.
    3.The most difficult part was laying out the correct shots.My favorite part was shooting the death scene we had.
    4.Its important to shoot as much video just in case you mess up or if you’re interested in a different way it was shot.
    5.The most challenging part was trying to find the correct music and transitions to use.
    6.I’ve learned that it would be easier to shoot multiple angles rather than one.
    7.I’ve learned from other videos that we need to make our videos to look cleaner and to add more effects than just staying with one simple thing.

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