I may, or may not have mentioned previously that I had decided to push on with actually shooting & publishing the Quinlan Chronicles (even though I can’t do them justice IMO at the moment). That in mind, I started going through my scripts and trying to tweak, alter & otherwise change settings & set ups/ locales etc to enable me to do them.
Now, here’s where the questions (for you, the reader) start:
Each episode originally made up between 5-9 scenes of various lengths.
Looking at them now I think I’d probably burn out if I tried to do one all in one go.
But… If I am only showing one scene at a time (probably 2-10 pages of images on the web) do I still refer to them as episodes?
I mean, the scenes are parts of the original episodes….is it a cheat to call them episodes? If it is a cheat, then what should I refer to them as?
Do I differentiate by Season?
Season 1 Episode 1
Season 1 Episode 2
Season 1 Episode 1 part 1
Season 1 Episode 1 part 2
I’d like to keep it simple (for my sake, really!) but I don’t want to clutter things up either.
Although I’d originally written the scenes to kind of weave together, since I’m working under some constraints I’ve decided to edit out some scenes (primarily those dealing with the “adults” of Quinlan until I can move and actually build the sets I need for those) to make it more do-able…
I know I must sound like I have no clue. And really, maybe, I don’t. If I did I don’t think I’d be asking for comments and ideas at this point?
For those of you who read the blog & do photostories….how do you do it?