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From the feedback we was given in our peer assessment, we knew adding needed shots and lighting correction was essential!

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^ WE CAME BACK TO THE SUBWAY SCENE AS THERE WAS A KEY LIGHTING ISSUE. IN THIS RUNNING SCENE, THE LIGHT IN WHICH EMILY IS IN IS NORMAL, WHEREAS I AM IN THIS BLUE LIGHTING. TO CORRECT THIS WE HAD TO CLICK ON THE EMILY SHOT AND THEN MY SHOT, AND THEN CLICK ON MATCH COLOUR. THIS MADE THE SCENE APPEAR EVEN MORE INTENSE AS IT WAS NOW REALISTIC.

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^ THIS IS THE SHOT AFTER SHE TAKES DRUGS. WE JUST KNEW WE HAD TO MAKE THIS SCENE APPEAR DRUG LIKE, ESPECIALLY AFTER OUR PEERS HAD SAID THE DRUG SCENE WAS NOT VERY REALISTIC. THIS QUICK INTENSE DRUG SCENE WOULD HOPEFULLY BALANCE OUT THE PREVIOUS LONG SCENE IN WHICH I POUR OUT THE DRUGS. FOR THE SHOT ABOVE, WE FIRSTLY ADDED A LIGHTING EFFECT WHICH MADE THINGS APPEAR MORE BRIGHT AND QUITE SHARP. WE WANTED THE EFFECTS TO IMITATE WHAT EMILY WOULD BE SEEING; WE WANTED IT TO BE VERY DISORIENTATED. WE ALSO OVERLAPPED THIS EFFECT WITH ANOTHER TO MAKE IT EVEN MORE EFFECTIVE. AS WE WANTED THIS SHOT TO APPEAR DISORIENTATED, WE ADDED AN EFFECT CALLED ‘EARTHQUAKE’ WHICH SORT OF MADE THE SHOT SHAKY. WE HAD CONTROL OF HOW INTENSE THE SHAKINESS WAS. WE HAD TO BE CAREFUL BECAUSE IF IT WAS TOO SHAKY, THE SHOT WOULD MOVE IN AND OUT OF THE BLACK BACKGROUND BEHIND THE FILM (IF THAT MADE ANY SENSE)

STRAIGHT AFTER THIS SHOT, IT CUT TO A CLOSE UP OF EMILY (RED RIDING HOOD’S) EYE OPENING IN THE FOREST. WE LOVED HOW AFTER SHE FALLS INTO RAK, SHE WAKES UP IN A DIFFERENT SETTING.  IT WASN’T VERY EFFECTIVE WITH JUST A SIMPLE CUT SO WE PLAYED WITH TRANSITIONS. WE FIRST HAD A RIPPLE EFFECT FOR A FEW DAYS BUT THEN WE REALISED WITH THE PREVIOUS SCENE, IT WAS JUST A BIT TOO EFFECTS HEAVY, ESPECIALLY AS THE SCENE IN WHICH RED OPENS HER EYES WAS EXTREMELY QUICK. WE LATER DECIDED ON A CROSS DISSOLVE TRANSITION. THIS MADE SENSE AS IT WAS USED IN BETWEEN TWO DIFFERENT SHOTS. WE DID HOWEVER, SHORTEN DOWN THE CROSS DISSOLVE TO STILL MAKE IT SHARP AND EFFECTIVE.

FOR THE RED RIDING HOOD SCENES, WE DIDN’T USE TRANSITIONS AS IT WAS NOT NECESSARY AND WE WANTED THE AUDIENCE TO FOCUS ON THAT LONG SCENE. WE DID USE A LOT OF CUTS AND VARIATION IN OUR SHOTS SO IT WASN’T UNHOOKED

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