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Unformatted text preview: ● what you’re shooting ● how best to capture the images ● good to scout out your locations in advance ● figure out whether they have particular problems or challenges ● shooting indoors or outdoors ○ location planning helps to decrease the stress on the day that you’re filming outdoor locations ● can pose particular difficulties ● you’ll have to rely on battery power ● bright sunshine during the middle of the day is less pleasing to the eye than the hours around sunrise or sunset ○ golden period ● light quality outdoors is also beyond your control ● cloudy days offer a different light quality than sunny days ● more vulnerable to the elements ● carry your equipment over long distances indoors ● probably have the electrical outlets you’ll need for your equipment ● take along an extension cord or a power strip just to be safe...
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- Fall '14
- Abstraction, Power cord, light quality outdoors, different light quality, minute-long movie