For TDC1087, the video task required to ‘find a place with the potential for visual movement, place your video camera on or attach it to a stable object. Record at least 2 minutes without moving the camera and no sound’.
With no tripod available, I held the camera as still as possible pointing out of the window onto the village road below. Attracted by the faded white lines on the worn tarmac road, I knew that there would be movement provided by passing traffic – light enough to provide occasional change to the scene, but not too heavy as to be distracting. With cars parked at the side of the road, I also knew that the cars in each direction would pass over the lines, providing visible movement in both directions.