What is your favourite stage of the DV Rebel's workflow
Planning and pre-production - Scriptwriting, planning etc
[ 2 ]
Shooting - lighting, camera operating, directing etc
[ 4 ]
Effects - Practical and/or VFX creation
[ 3 ]
Editing - logging, killing babies, chopping and changing
[ 4 ]
Onlining - CCing, Grading etc
[ 3 ]
Mastering and output - not just "finishing the project" though
[ 1 ]
Total Votes : 17
Joined: 10 Jun 2008 Posts: 85 Location: Wellington, NEW ZEALAND
What's your favourite part in the process?
I'm near the end of making my first "full" 1 hour project, and taking the opportunity to embrace the DV Rebel workflow (in spite of the short-cuts I'm tempted to take )
I'm just finishing off the onlining now and have had some hard lessons running through every step of the process.
Even though it's been (and still is) tough to get through, I absolutely loved the experience - particularly CCing in the onlining stage (the idea of making the "magic" happen and turning a flat image into something "better than real")
What I'm curious to know is what part of the Rebel workflow is your favourite step?
There's some interesting personalities on these boards and I'd be quite keen to find out where your hearts lie, so to speak...
_________________ - Peter
Hoping to stand on the shoulders of giants one day... as soon as I can afford a ladder....
Mon Nov 17, 2008 4:03 pm
Joined: 13 Aug 2007 Posts: 857 Location: SouthBay -- L.A.
favorite: shooting - frame composition, Post - fx, compositing, CC
Least fun: writing dialog
Mon Nov 17, 2008 10:33 pm
Joined: 28 Mar 2008 Posts: 70 Location: Exeter, UK.
its a tie between first conceiving the idea and the initial excitement and when it all comes together in the final steps.
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