"Slated!" - A brief and pointless history of the
A Slate is what we use to identify what we are filming. This is supposed
to help us when it comes to editng the piece. Here at Glenrothes College
we don't have the 'clapperboards' that everyone else seems to have so we
have to make do...
...with a piece of
paper. Here you can see, below Nicky's eyes, what it is that we are
filming, who the camera operator is, who the director is, the shot
number and how many times we have taken to get it right. In this rare
instance we have got it right first time!
Above is what happens when you just can't be bother writing all the
information out! And when the ruddy pen starts to run out!
Hmmm... Yes.... but
intro to what?!
Allrighty! This is more
like it! This is about as good as it gets with a bit of paper!
...that's until Ben and
Neil had the great idea of printing out a 'blank' slate from the
computer and then laminating it. Now we can use these dry-wipe marker
pens to write what it is we are doing and then simply wipe it away and
re-use it! I think that this should be voted the Invention Of The