|A piece of mise-en-scene in "SHOT".|
|Using back-lighting, I've created a silhouette|
to give Eilif some mystery.
The lower camera angle also makes him
appear bigger and powerful.
|Focus/ defocus in use.|
Although match-on-action is something that had to be used in the preliminary task, it is not something I did well. The actions sometimes didn't quite match up in the shots. However, since then, I learnt to make sure the shots matched up well before bringing them to editing. In my project, there are parts where I've used match-on-action well, such as when Nicholas outs a phone up to his head.
|The muzzle flash in the dream sequence.|
I didn't use any kind of special FX in the preliminary. For "SHOT", I used colour correction, slow motion, muzzle flashes and motion tracking & stabilisation.
|The first page of my |
No non-diagetic sound was used in the prelim, in the final product I used is pretty much all the way through. It was used as background music and sound effects (like the gun).