Short film: what do you hate the most
I started making a short film today.
I copied the idea from “50 people, one question”. Basically, you ask one question, like “what do you hate the most” I asked today, then you edit all the answers together.
I’m planning to ask “what do you love the most” as well.
The interesting part is that people will smile happily in front of the camera when waiting for the question. Few people really appear angry when talking about what they hate the most.
Well, maybe because most of them are my classmates.
I’ll try some other people tomorrow.
What I’m concerned is that the sound quality might not be good because I’m using the on-camera microphone. This is what I got from university for my TV course. Using connected microphone will be too complicated because I’m working alone. I don’t want to set the camera on a tripod.
One good thing I found today is that I’m having a steady hand now. I tried last semester, but it didn’t work out well.
Last week David was filming in class when some guest speakers gave us lectures. I looked at how he was holding his small camera, and I learned his way.
Observe, and learn quickly.
My short film might not be so good as expected, but anyway, I’ll finish it.