Made for Philip Bloom weekend challenge: DISCIPLINE. Made the interview, edited that and put in some music. Then I made a clip list and tried to follow it.
I made an edited version of the film too that you can se here. ativ.se/to-come-home-2/
The first shots turned out better than the later ones because I tested the shot before I pushed the recbutton. Further down the process I began to cut corners and I rushed it a bit. I'm so used to just doing another take, so when the kids grew impatient I went into my normal shooting style, were I test while recording. But it gave me a lesson that testing the shot first is a really good thing. I also liked to work with a well planned idea. Normally I film what ever happens and think about how to build the story while editing. I hope I can plan my future films more like this. It's a lot more effective. When you're watching the movie you'll probably notice that there is no environment sound. That's because it was too noisy. I didn't use headphones, usually I always do that but not this time, and of course this time was the time when it sounded like crap. A good lesson to learn. I picked a specific picture style for this film so I didn't need to grade in post and I think that it worked out ok.