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Tuesday, 15 April 2014
For a large chunk of the scenes we didn't to base it in a log cabin. It was a good location as the inside (Mise-En-Scene) was ideal, and well suited to nature of the film, it also had adequate lighting - and since we spent a reasonable amount of time in there it was warm too.
Again, we used two different types of camera stabilisers for the film - A dolly, and a tripod We used the tripod for the stationary scenes, which mainly scenes that included tilt shots, pans or zooms.
For the lighting in our film, due to a restricted budget, we had to make do with what we had freely available. We originally intended for more scenes in our film to require additional lighting, however due to certain problems we encountered, this was not possible and therefore we cut down the scenes needed. When we did use lighting we used these two lights:
Firstly, the camera The film was shot on a Canon 600D SLR