Location research evaluation

My planning for this research went really well as i visited the places on the correct days and time. The symmetry of the locations were very different as each had its own mood and feel for example the natural environment videos look the same as they have very bland colours and they look dull but this due to the poor lighting from the sun.

I personally think the best location for symmetry was BOX PARK because it has some great symmetry from both the inside and outside of the premisses.

The front of BOX PARK has a very nice set of stairs leading into the second level and the railing in the middle of the stairs separates it making it symmetrical, the lights on the roof, doors, speakers are also symmetrical.

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The inside also shows the unique symmetrical look as once again the railing separates the stairs and tables which people eat on. This part of the video has a warm mood as the sunlight which is coming through the windows gives it a bright and warm day which is why you can see some people sitting there.

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However I could of improved this part of the video because BOX PARK at night is spectacular as there are lights and screens which light up the whole place and makes it more interesting and more visual.

The worst symmetry video I think is the overgrown pathway as this doesn’t have the greatest symmetrical look as the bush at the end is fairly sloping and its doesn’t look visually interesting.

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Symmetry location research (People Dogs sitting on a sofa)

Research symmetry

People: Dogs sitting on a sofa

Secondary Research

Location: inside the house in the living room

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 see if there is symmetry with the dogs sitting on the sofa

Name and address of the location: 24 kings down avenue (inside the house)

Date and time you plan to visit the location: Thursday 23 February

Access to location including legal requirements: There are no legal requirements as it’s in my house

Health and safety considerations: not disability friendly as the stairs to walk up are long

Transport arrangements to location: You can get bus, train, car or walk to it

Does the location have access to power? Yes

Describe the scene in which the location is to be used? The two dogs are watching something

Describe location and add photos / video:

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

Date and time you visited location or plan to visit? Thursday 23

Short film & photos of location. (0:59 – 1:11)

Lighting requirements. Think about how this fits with other scenes: you get a lot of natural light that comes through and there is a couple of electric lights when it’s dark

Are you recording sounds on location; are there any issues in doing this? There isn’t really any sound

Do you need to dress the location? I needed to clean it up a bit as the covers where on the floor

Why use this location? This location is good to use as the dogs feel comfortable in tis area

Why not use this location? It’s quite a small living room

Bibliography (Harvard Referencing)

none.

Symmetry location research (The natural environment: Path way through tress)

Research symmetry

The natural environment: Path way through tress

Secondary Research

Location: blackford close

Primary research

Using secondary

Test shots  – Three different perspectives for each (bottom of page)

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

Purpose of research: To see whether there is symmetry at this location

Name and address of the location: blackford close (behind some houses)

Date and time you plan to visit the location: Thursday 23 2017

Access to location including legal requirements: easily assessable it’s a public footpath

Health and safety considerations: it’s quite muddy so you could slip over

Transport arrangements to location: I can to the location

Does the location have access to power:  it has no power as it is a path way

Describe the scene in which the location is to be used: Somebody is riding down on their bike and somebody attacks them behind a tree

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

Date and time you visited location or plan to visit: Thursday 23 2017 10.00 am

Short film & photos of location: (1:33 – 1:44)

Lighting requirements. Think about how this fits with other scenes:  The location does get a lot of natural light however when its dark there are only couple of street lights

Are you recording sounds on location; are there any issues in doing this? I did and you can hear the parakeet and the wind blowing the trees

Do you need to dress the location? No. however it does have rubbish laying next to the trees

Why use this location? This location is spacious and has a good amount of symmetry

Why not use this location? It’s a public footpath so you may get people walking past all the time whilst shooting

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 2017).

Symmetry location research (The natural environment: Wooden posts)

Research symmetry

The natural environment: Wooden posts

Secondary Research

Location: Harling grove park

Primary research 

Using secondary

Test shots  – Three different perspectives for each

Guidance  (To be complete for each location)

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

Purpose of research: to whether the wooden posts have symmetry

Name and address of the location: Harling grove park, St Augustine’s Ave, London

Date and time you plan to visit the location: Thursday 23 February

Access to location including legal requirements: no legal requirements, it’s a public park

Health and safety considerations: there are no restrictions

Transport arrangements to location: you have to walk to the location

Does the location have access to power? No

Describe the scene in which the location is to be used: Two people are getting married or declaring their love

Describe location and add photos / video:

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

Date and time you visited location or plan to visit: Sunday 26 February

Short film & photos of location: (1:12 – 1:32)

Lighting requirements. Think about how this fits with other scenes: Its well-lit by the natural light however if it’s dark there isn’t any light

Are you recording sounds on location; are there any issues in doing this? I was and you can hear the parakeets

Do you need to dress the location? No it’s well kept

Why use this location? This location has great symmetry and has a beautiful scenery

Why not use this location? As it’s a public park there could be people walking into shot when filming

Bibliography (Harvard Referencing)

geography, geograpy (no date) Hailing grove. Available at: http://s0.geograph.org.uk/geophotos/04/37/90/4379068_17207d34.jpg (Accessed: 26 February 2017).

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:

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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