CFA: 11:23 P.M. - 10/25
After reviewing our notes from the day, we realized that we had succesfully posted on nearly every point that was communicable over the blog medium. This means that there will be no "recap" or "highlights" post tonight, since they have already been covered.
However, a review of my notes did uncover a quick filming tip from David Rasmussen: When framing people never cut them off at the joints (i.e. wrist, elbow, knee, ankle, waist, etc). This creates an awkward picture.
Instead, always draw your frame between two joints (i.e. between the knee and the waist, between the elbow and the shoulder, etc.) This creates a balanced picture.