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How you can enjoy the adventures with your camera on the London street? Join to us TODAY for FREE video reportage workshop at Hyde Park

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The best ´taking practice´ with your camera (don´t matter you are taking pictures or making videos) is just going out and look around yourself to looking for some small stories, interesting people you can interview. So this is also about our next - TODAY - workshop - we are going to Hyde Park to Speaker´s corner - the famous place where everyone is approved to keep free speech. It is the place where the democracy have its roots. So don´t miss it! We will take a pictures, videos, having a chat with people speaking there or we can interview just the people walking across the park or ourselves for taking a practice! WHEN: TODAY, from 4.00 PM (the end will be around 4.50 - 5.00 pm) Our meeting point: Hyde Park Speaker´s Corner, the gate next Marble Arch tube exit (Circle line). I will be there with my red coat :-) waiting for you!:-) There is contact on me:  production@janelina.com or FB messanger:  https://www.facebook.com/janelina.frank  Or you can do your RSVP on meetup: https://www.mee

The Comedy Horn: How Stand up Comedy can make up your life?

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How and why host and presenter Colleen started with this event and why stand up Comedians were falling in love with Stand up comedy you can watch in this video. Enjoy your time with Colleen, Amir, William, Steve and others in this reportage.  Every third Thursday in a month you can enjoy great East End comedy night in The Horn of Plenty pub and do your gig as well.  More about my London Telly project you can find out:   http://janelina.com

Edmund and his Stand up gig´s strategy: Impress women only in 5 minutes? Impossible!

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Short reportage about Edmund West Stand up gig at the Horn Comedy what I recorded day before yesterday. Event host Colleen Campbell and Stand up Comedian Lee Patey also speaking in this video.  More about my London Telly project you can find out: http://janelina.com

How and why is sometimes difficult to make a reportage

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If you would like to join to our filming in the London just check website  http://janelina.com  

The mystery of the ´Over the Shoulder Shot´

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Frequently used in films and TV series in the interview of two people. Indeed  – we speak about OSS which is short code for ´Over the Shoulder Shot´. This shot is about we  cannot  see the person who ´someones´ is already talking to. We just can guess who is it. But only for a moment. Then the shot change its and we can see the other person. So why we use it? So should be said it is pretty nice compromise – when we need to have both people in one shot but concentrate just only on one of them. Obviously this shot of one person with a ´second – quite hidden person´is changes for the ´same shot´ – OSS but with the other person – previously hidden in OSS shot. So just remember – in your screenplay the short code OSS does mean = We cannot see the second person, only part of it – usually ´the shoulder´ or piece of head, etc. You can see that in your favourite film or TV series. Take small practice and notice them! This is the classic one – one person is on shot with full faces – detail or (m

Is it or isn´t it a Bird angle? How to work with a different angles of the camera

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Sometimes is everything about filming rules just a matter of the ´Point of view´. Let me show you some examples and tips: A LOW ANGLE, a BIRD ANGLE or an EYE LEVEL? Always it is about - who is the main actor in our shot - for example here... if will be on the left hand side standing actress, then it is about classical ´low angle´. We held the camera on the level of our waist. If is for us the main person on this picture the working cameraman, then our angle of camera is on the edge ´an eye angle´ with ´a bird angle´. An EXTREME LOW ANGLE or an EYE LEVEL? In this shot it is definitely about ´an extreme  low angle´ if we can aim on the actress and the people of crew. Then is quite on the edge for this working cameraman on the pictures (who is pointing with his hand to somewhere) - I think this is almost ´an extreme low angle´ for him as well but cos his head is almost on the same level as our camera lenses (only little bit higher) - then should be ´an eye level´ for him. BTW - if the mai

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