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To visualize in your mind the entire story and create a
general plan or shooting guide
A shooting script enables you to visualize the entire story
before you start taking pictures. The shooting script is also a
plan of how you are going to shoot each picture and includes
ideas on composition, techniques for posing the subject, lens
selection, and camera angle (page 18, para 8).
From your personal subjective point of view
fact, and is subjective rather than objective (page 22, para
The audience with which you are trying to communicate
You should know your audience. Is it all adults or young people?
Do they have knowledge about the subject of your story? Is it a
mixed group of both men and women? Answers to these types of
questions should determine your approach and coverage of the
subject (page 26, para 11c).
With the back of the camera open, you can make an aperture
function check by setting the shutter speed on "B" and select an
f/stop of 11 or 16 and trip the shutter while watching for the
diaphragm to operate (page 28, para 13f).
Increased contrast and grain
When you "push" film, you are simply underexposing and
overdeveloping it to produce a printable negative. Depending on
development there can be an increase in contrast and grain (page
30, para 14c(2)).
The normal angle lens produces an image in which the relative
size of objects appears the same as the human eye sees them (page
31, para 15a(2)).