Hello people!! Right now in the Gifted and Talented program, our new project is about composition techniques. Composition techniques are different ways to set up your camera when filming. We learned about 20 composition techniques. Out of the 20, I think that 'Rule of Thirds-Subject' is the most important technique. I think that it is most important because it gives the shot balance and their is a way to use it in almost any shot you take. It also makes the shot look more dynamic and gives it more of a sense of complexity.
I think that the technique "Parts of a Whole," is one of the hardest ones to use. I think that it is a pretty hard technique to use because I feel that in most shots you need to see the whole subject and not just a part of it. I've also seen a lot of people over use this technique I end up not understanding what's going on. When I do see people use this technique, they use it right places and it looks very professional. Now that I have seen lots of good examples, I will start to use it more, but only when it is necessary.
My teammates are Shaday and Coral. We all contributed equally during this project. Coral and I thought of what to put in each shot because Shaday was sick. Although Shaday missed a day of filming she still did an equal amount of work. Shaday was the one saying all of the voice overs. I filmed most of the shots and Coral was the subject in most shots. When we were editing, Shaday arranged all of the clips to fit with the voice overs. Coral did the transitions and text overlays. I cut out all of the unnecessary noises and did a lot of the fine-tune editing.
These are some of the techniques that were easy to understand:
A lot of people were confused with this composition technique.
What's up people!
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