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Shooting a live event? Cover all your bases, and maximize your workflow with these practical approaches to film or video production.Shooting events can be stressful, especially when you’re not entirely sure how much coverage you need to capture. How many wide shots of a wedding do you need? How many close-ups of the tablecloth are necessary? There’s a lot going on — and only one of you to capture it all.If you’re gearing up for a shoot, and this is stressing you out, have no fear: I’ve created a go-to guide that can help you capture all the coverage you need to make a solid edit.Keep in mind that amount of action per event will really determine how much you shoot. If it’s a pretty active event, you might want to repeat the shot list every 15 to 40 minutes. If it’s a basic event and things are slow, I recommend filming per location or every few hours. That being said, use your judgment and try to gauge the fluctuation of how things are flowing.Every shoot is different. The big thing you want to capture is the feeling of the event. Ask yourself How does it feel? What is energy? What looks interesting and unique?Wide/ Establishing ShotsThese are great for entering and exiting a scene. I recommend getting at least 1-5 solid wides.Wide/MediumTry to get a good 3-4 wide/medium shots in the can. An example of this type of coverage would be people interacting or participating in an activity.Close Ups/MomentsIn my eyes, expressions and reactions are important elements to capture at an event. My rule of thumb is usually 15-25 reactions per scene, setup, or location.Close Up/Macro Detail ShotsDETAILS! Details are essential for making a great event or recap video. You want to film the small details that the organizers fought so hard to bring together. I usually gather 15 per scene, setup, or location.For each of these categories, be sure to capture the right moment before moving on to the next shot. There’s no point in gathering all of this coverage if none of it works in the edit.The main thing is to follow your gut and use this guide as an outline. All shoots are different, and so is the coverage you’ll get. This method has helped me immensely, and now I just rely on it as a rule of thumb when filming any sort of event or recap video.Looking for more filmmaking tutorials? Check out these articles.Check Out These 5 Super Simple Tips for Shooting Better FootageMake Dynamic Montages with This Easy Video Editing TechniqueUse Film Grain Overlays to Add a Cinematic Look to Your Footage5 Ways to Use a Gimbal to Capture Cinematic FootageImprove Your Footage by Adding Vignettes in Post-Production
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Palghar district has seen thousands of small earthquakes since November 2018, but Friday’s quake measuring 4.3 on the moment magnitude (Mw) scale was the first time the magnitude crossed 4 here. Scientists, however, are divided on the primary cause of this phenomenon. Some believe it is related to groundwater levels, and others attribute it to tectonic activity. If high groundwater is the cause, the quakes may remain small. This phenomenon, called hydroseismicity, is common across the Deccan plateau. However, another hypothesis is that intra-plate tectonic forces could be generating stresses along faults in Palghar. Such a mechanism is believed to be behind the 1993 Latur earthquake. If intra-plate activity is the cause, Palghar could see larger, more destructive quakes.Till a while ago, seismologists believed the driver behind the Palghar activity was hydroseismicity. In this phenomenon, rainwater enters the faults in the earth’s crust. This increases pressure, which is released through small earthquakes. In 2017, after heavy rains, such a phenomenon occurred in Hyderabad’s Borabanda suburb. “It continued for a month and a half and stopped,” said D. Srinagesh, chief scientist at the National Geophysical Research Institute in Hyderabad. Such earthquakes typically measure less than 4 Mw and subside by December. They are also very shallow, typically emerging from within 4-5 km underground. In contrast, the Palghar quakes have continued into February, indicating that tectonic activity is at play, says Dr. Srinagesh. Also, a few of the temblors originated from 15 km underground, deeper than most hydroseismic quakes. With magnitude crossing 4 Mw this month for the first time, “all we can say is that disaster mitigation procedures should be set into motion,” he said.However, Vineet Gahalaut, Director of the National Centre for Seismology, New Delhi, said hydroseismicity couldn’t be ruled out yet. The Mw 4.3 quake was not necessarily significant, he said, because previously, quakes measuring Mw 3.7 had occurred. This small increment in magnitude was consistent with the ‘swarm’ pattern of hydroseismicity, he said. Further, according to him, the quakes were clustered within a small area, again a feature of hydroseismicity. Yet, he cautioned that it was impossible to discount tectonic activity as a cause.Previously, scientists had estimated that Palghar could see a “maximum credible earthquake” measuring Mw 6.5. The MCE is the largest quake that can occur in a region. All of Palghar’s buildings must be prepared for this, seismologists say, though the timing cannot be predicted.
After August 5, only four boys below the age of 18 were detained by the police, and they are now lodged at a Juvenile Observation Home (JOH) in Srinagar’s Harwan, a senior government official said.In all, there are 21 boys at the observation home. Among them 17 boys were detained before August 5 — the day Home Minister Amit Shah moved two Bills in the Rajya Sabha to revoke the special status of J&K under Article 370 and bifurcate and downgrade the State into two Union Territories.The official said the J&K administration was compiling a list of all persons detained in jails and police stations and had asked the police to submit their date of birth.On September 20, the Supreme Court assigned Jammu and Kashmir High Court’s Juvenile Justice Committee to inquire into allegations of illegal detention of children — some as young as 10 — by security forces in J&K.Third visitThe Chairman of the J&K High Court Legal Services Committee Justice Ali Mohammad Magray visited the observation home last week following the Supreme Court’s directions. This was his third visit to the observation home. There are two such homes in J&K, each in Srinagar and Jammu.“The 17 detained at the juvenile home before the restrictions were put in place are there for offences like attempt to murder, and rape. There is no case of any illegal arrest,” said the official.Justice Magrey was given a tour of the detention centre where he interacted with the juveniles.“We have filed a status report in the J&K High Court about the juveniles. A few were detained and booked after repeated attempts to counsel them failed. A couple of juveniles were booked for throwing stones,” said the official.A government press release quoted Justice Magrey that “juvenile observation homes should be to show right path to the detainees, rather than making them feel like criminals.”The petition in the Supreme Court was filed by child rights activists Enakshi Ganguly and Shanta Sinha who raised “substantial issues and alleged detention of children.”The petition wanted the court to direct the government to file a status report and order the Juvenile Justice Committee to monitor incidents of detention. “With regard to the situation in J&K, there have been certain reports specific to children, which describe violations of very different kinds, ranging in seriousness from potential loss of life and liberty of the child to being emotionally and intellectually drawn into the conflict.”