A Friday afternoon postI really enjoyed viewing the stills projects that were available to watch. It's interesting to see the different angles that each person in class chose to take. Each project has its own spin on it and everyone did a great job showing their creativity. I can't wait to watch the rest when they're finished and posted!
As for the next and final project, the script is the next big part of it. A lot of the script is already available from the parts of the treatment that have already been established. It just has to be finished up and in 2-column script format, which seems to be the best and most effective way for us to do a script after reviewing the examples and articles on it. The "Digital Video" textbook shows examples of a type of 3-column script used in television and voice-over, however, the 2-column is much more practical and sufficient for the project we're taking on. Video and audio columns are all we need since the camera setup won't be as elaborate as it would be in large productions and the audio will be fairly simple with a majority of it being the voice of one actor.