Friday, 19 October 2012

The Shooting Schedule

As we are nearing production, it is time that you start considering when you want to shoot what. To this end you will need to produce a shooting schedule. The most useful schedule's organise shot's and scenes by location and mise-en-scene. This will save you time in the long run and avoid time consuming continuity checks.

If using the same location over a few days is unavoidable, you will need to take photos of the mise-en-scene, including make up and costume in order to prevent continuity issues.

Once you have made your shooting schedule it is vital that each member of your group has a copy. Everyone must attend all shoots noted on the schedule.

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