When creating our prelim we didn't really focus on the lighting or the mise en scene and also the shot types. The only shot that we got right was the match cut. one of our 'bad' shots were For example ...
|in this shot, this character was meant to look more dominant and superior, this is when we could have used a low angle shot to represent how strong this person is.|
we didn't really focus on the lighting perhaps if we did it would have made a difference to the way the audience react. The lighting could have been slightly warm in order to build up tension and as if something is going to happen. In the prelim we were limited to the places we could film in as we weren't allowed to take the cameras out of college yet. If we were allowed to film in the outside environment it would have been better. Even if we filmed inside we should have used professional lighting and turned down the lights in the room.
|This is a clip from our final cut. As its clear to see, the lighting is warmer than the lights in our prelim conveying mystery. we focused a lot on shot stypes and as you can only see the back of the character it builds up a sense of mystery.|