Symmetry location research (The natural environment: Overgrown footpath)

Research symmetry

The natural environment: Overgrown footpath

Secondary Research

Location: blackford close

Primary research 

Using secondary

Test shots – Three different perspectives for each

Secondary Research in Class ( To be completed by Monday 20th Feb )

Purpose of research: to whether this location will have good symmetry

Name and address of the location: pathway Blackford close next to a primary school (unknown)

Date and time you plan to visit the location: Thursday 23 10:30 am

Access to location including legal requirements: there no legal requirements it’s a public footpath

Health and safety considerations: it’s quite narrow and its very muddy

Transport arrangements to location: I can walk there but you can get bus or car their

Does the location have access to power? No. it’s a footpath

Describe the scene in which the location is to be used: Someone is running away from an evil person and they get trapped in there

Describe location and add photos / video:

Screen Shot 2017-02-27 at 10.06.06.png (Maps, 2017)

Primary research ( To be completed as homework and submitted on Monday 27th Feb)

Date and time you visited location or plan to visit: I visited on Thursday 23 2017 10:30am

Short film & photos of location. (0:18 – 0:34)

Lighting requirements. Think about how this fits with other scenes: Half of the pathway is lit by natural light and the other half is overgrown so not much light comes through

Are you recording sounds on location; are there any issues in doing this? I was and you can hear all the leaves being blown by the wind this could make the audio difficult if somebody was speaking

Do you need to dress the location? Yes it’s got a got of leaves on the floor so they could be swept away

Why use this location? This location is good as it has good symmetry and the overgrown bushes make it creepier

Why not use this location? Lighting could be an issue as there’s not much of it and audio, the wind blows harshly down it.

Bibliography (Harvard Referencing

Maps, G. (no date) Google maps. Available at: https://www.google.co.uk/maps/@51.3504555,-0.1054308,125m/data=!3m1!1e3 (Accessed: 24 February 201

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