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A Guide To At Home Media
This guide explains how to create quality digital media at home.
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Production is the second phase in traditional filmmaking. This is the time when all the filming, recording, and gathering of source material happens. When the pre-production planning is completed thoroughly, the production phase is often straightforward and the easiest phase in filmmaking.
Roles Involved: Producer, Director, Camera Operator, Sound Engineer
Set up the scene (subject, props, lighting)
Check equipment functions
Operate the camera
Operate the microphone
Use the planning documents created in pre-production (storyboard and filming schedule) to keep track of what scenes have been shot.