Introduction and Conclusion


Our film is the eyes and ears of the audience, a candid view, “in the wild”, as we follow Danny and Jose into a day of taking photos of San Francisco. Introducing the main characters as they begin their day, getting onto BART, discussing their plans to get that shot…whatever that shot might be. We integrate character intro with stills of their previous work as we make our way into the city and the promise of pics to come.



We have ended our journey with a clear view of Street Photography defined by Jose and Danny, and how two men with differing perspectives and experiences have connected in the pursuit of The Shot.

Rough Cut Notes (Updated 10.22)

Through The Eye: PHOCUS

Rough Cut Critique:


Love the photography and result. The pics.

Improvement possibilities:

Music lower, dialogue UP!!

Up the anti…dig into the process. Why is this interesting?

Discover their paths; connection to Jose and Danny.

More interview, photos, and less music. DIALOGUE IS THE THING!!!!!

Where is the risk?

Final Critique: 


Denaj really felt like photographer watching the video. 

Jasmine was surprised to know that people can steal a style of a photography. 

She learns more about it every time she watches it

Sam senses more of a story 

Needed Improvements:

cut out all interview material. 

Paul: transitions are jarring, 

Fix music and sound.

The Process of getting prepared

So, we’re talking about Preparation:

Get the Footage…Jerry is BIG on this. :))

A-Roll: The Interviews and Action.

FILMING WEDNESDAY!! Sept. 23rd, 2015 at 5pm, meeting at school.

1. KEEP THE CAMERA STILL, LIGHTING, let the subject speak, DO NOT INTERJECT, let them finish.


3. Need to get the ten questions:

Name, age, where you from?

Friendship??? Acquaintances???

What is Street Photography to you?

Why did you choose Photography over any other form of Art to express yourself?

Who are your influences? Are you inspired by Jose/Danny??

How do you compose your pieces, do you go out to shoot with a specific idea in mind, or is it inspired in the moment?

How did you get started, was there an experience or event that inspired you to photograph your world?

How have you evolved?

Is this a passion?

Where would you like to go with your art?

What kind of risks do you guys face when you go out to photograph around the city? 

Have you ever been injured or detained, threatened? 

How much risk are you willing to take to get “the shot”?

Do you want to inspire, provoke, make a statement to others, or is this a “selfish art”?

What advice would you offer to anyone just starting out?

In your opinion, how much editing can you do to a photograph before the art lies within the editing and not the original picture?

Is photo editing your goal, or the Photograph itself what you intend to offer?