Week 10 (27/04) Presenting programs: Talk programs

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BY NICK BENNETT

To start: group discussion: on a scale of 1 to 10, how are you feeling?

Assessment 1: Discuss the radio show. 

Planning a “talk heavy” radio show: let’s see how WSFM’s Jonesy & Amanda do it:

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Week 10 (27/04) Producing programs: Pre-production

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BY NICK BENNETT

Welcome back from the break!

Been wondering how to capture good audio? This video goes beyond radio and will even get you thinking about how sound is captured for TV and movies. It’s super-helpful.

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Day 11: Time keeps moving

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THE CHALLENGE:

Make a timelapse video of something that you can see from your house.

When you’re done:

Upload to Youtube or Vimeo.

Embed the video in a new post on your WordPress site with an appropriate headline and CC-licensed image. (You can use a still from your video as the image.)

If you’re feeling brave, share the post link to our section Facebook group with the hashtag #QuarantineChallenge.

Need some help getting started?

Not sure how to timelapse?

Start by playing around with the camera settings in your phone. If you need a guide, here’s one for Android and one for iPhone.

WATCH:

Look for the right subject – ideally you want something where part of the shot is still, and the other part moves or changes. Think clouds across the sky; cars passing; sun sets; make up tutorials; attaching your camera to your bike and going for a ride, or just watch some plants

Use a tripod or still surface. If you don’t have a tripod, find a way to keep your phone or camera still throughout the shot.

Have a go!
The quickest way to learn what works well is to try, watch, adjust, and try again.

Not sure about Youtube or Vimeo?

Youtube:

Vimeo: