Category Archives: Personal Development Portfolio

Methods for enhancing skills in theory and practice throughout my honours year at university.

Final Edit!!

This is my almost final edit for the documentary… has taken ages but hopefully it’s worth it! After compiling all sections in different sequences I decided to copy them all into one as it is only 15 mins and I … Continue reading

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Grading footage

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It’s like Picasso said..

This is a short test I done without editing in the back. It’s a clip from a section of the interview that I have tried to adapt to include city life within the clip. I think it works well, though … Continue reading

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Grading! http://www.studica.com/blog/quick-color-correction-tip-for-premiere-pro-cs5 I found this post to help me make quick edits when it comes to grading. As most of the footage I had required some work that took a long time when using the colour wheels, this was a … Continue reading

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Keying 9-5

In this clip I have tried to include the city within the croft. This is important to what she is saying and I would like to have both merged together. I have tried this clip in various separate ways, though … Continue reading

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Tools of Directing- Simon Phillips

I recently attended the Introduction to Advanced Tools of Directing seminar, by Simon Philips.  It was set up as part of the Directors Guild Trust and was held in the Mitchell Library, Glasgow.  The seminar was great. Extremely informative and … Continue reading

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Poetic Documentary: Crooked Beauty

I recently watched this short documentary and found it quite remarkable. I enjoyed the poetics visuals and how you could relate them to the story. The visuals were very abstract, leaving room for the viewer to create the own interpretation … Continue reading

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