When you reach production, much of the planning should be complete so as to reduce the number of problems, however, there will still be some issues to face. When production begins the director will lead the crew in an effort to capture the video and audio required in order to communicate the message the director wants.

What Happened During Film ProductionThe director is responsible for visually interpreting the event or the script, motivating the crew to produce their finest efforts, and guiding the talent in order to get their best performance.

The producer must keep an eye on the schedule and the budget in order to meet goals.

Sounds and images can be used to emphasize production by reporting simple events. A great background, constructed from staging and camera treatment can truly lead to a fantastic performance. Some programs, however, require a lot of extra hype such as lights, color, camera angles, and so forth in order to produce something fantastic.

Certain programs must also effectively use pre-recorded material both with music and with audio. But above all, dialogue is imperative. When not in the studio, production can include one-camera shoots for outside broadcasts but these are subject to weather.

There are selective tools used at this stage as well. The camera and the microphone will not behave like our bodies do but they must act as a substitute nonetheless. Eyes flicker and provide an impression including detail and color, blurred vision, or different angles.

An impression of our surrounding environment is built daily through our vision and we can control the sample environment by only focusing on certain details. Restricted segments are provided by cameras and microphones but these segments can be modified in manners that the eye normally does through distorting space, changing proportions, or scale.

There are selective techniques to be used but these require moderation. If the camera remains zoomed in on a large fight scene, the audience will lose sight of the overall picture. By the same token, if the camera remains on a wide shot, the detail will no longer be discernable. Good production combined influence changes the center of attention, etc… in order to get better shots.

The camera and the microphone can convey a particular impression, one over which the director has control. Previous knowledge and experience are what guide the impression taken from the scene. The camera can take an otherwise isolated image in the background and draw emphasis on it for the sake of creating an impression. But bear in mind that the audience will often mistake the modified images on the screen for truth.

If you want to achieve a convincing representation you can use selective techniques in lieu of directly shooting events. You can combine straightforward shots with low camera angles to sway the audience in one particular direction or the other. Techniques can add drama or make something appear natural.

Obtrusive action is when the camera will suddenly drop to a low angle shot from an eye level shot. Unobtrusive is when the camera begins by shooting an actor at eye level, after which the actor stands, with the camera tilting toward the actor thereby creating a low angle shot.

It is more effective for a scene or a situation to appear as though it occurred unobtrusively or accidentally. There are still other techniques used to illustrate concepts such as the echo from behind for ghostly encounters, the high pitched voices used for small creatures, background music, as well as rim light used in scenes which are meant to be totally dark.