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LOCATION REPORT June 26, 2011

Filed under: Plannaing — ryansmith66 @ 4:54 pm

The first thing a director needs to choose before costume or routines is the location so i studied several area which would eb suitable for my idea of a dance off.

EYE, SKATEPARK

PROS

CONS

 Nearby and plenty of space                          Dangerouse with pot holes
 Skilled visitors and co-opertaive                          **********************
 Range of skills and ages                            *********************

STANGROUND, SKATEYARD

PROS

CONS

 Good apparaatus for plenty of moves                          Tiny not enough room
 Skilled performers                                Distant from crew
 *****************                     Dont know any of visitors

CORBY,  SKATING CENTRE

PROS

CONS

 Huge open space, perfect atmosphere      Far away, difficulty if needing refilming
 Highly skilled performer   Busy,hard to film dance sequence safely
                 Dangerouse flooring for dancer

EVALUATION

I have decided to have my main narrative location of the dance-off in EYE SKATEPARK becasue of its easy access and praticalicty of being local and knowign all the local skaters etc. This location will allows my dancers to perform and also the sakters becuase of hteir familiarity of the appartus. However not all of my video will be filmed in this location, scatterd throguhout my video will be the same social groups performign all around P’BORO areas such as TOWN PARK and TOWN CENTRE.

This has helped becasue by studying teh different enviroments with my dancing friends they can determine what moves could and could not be performed in certain areas. They decifered in teh end that EUE SKATEPARK was more accessible for flips and stunts, becasue the fixtures range in height and density with plenty of space to land them and camera to film then from differnt angles.

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