IUB TEL-T 206 - t206 exam 2 (15 pages)

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Tel-T 206 - Intro to Design & Production
Intro to Design & Production Documents

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03 06 2014 Make certain to have watched all of the film The Graduate and the documentary The Cutting Edge Magic of Movie Editing Concepts from Voice and Vision chapters 2 3 4 5 21 Cinematic Storytelling chapters 1 2 3 4 5 8 10 11 13 14 15 16 17 Short Screenplay Chapter 7 http www voiceandvisionbook com Chapter 2 Expect questions on how to properly format a script Chapter 3 Shot Smallest unit of the film language Shot sequence Expressive unit made up of editing together multiple shots to define a unified action or event Dramatic sequence Series of scenes that create a larger dramatic unit Take Moment you turn camera on to moment you turn it of Mise en scene Everything visible in the frame of the shot Subject actions objects setting lighting graphic qualities Juxtaposition Placing two or more shots next to each other so that you highlight a link or contrast between the content in each shot Aspect ratio Relationship between width and height of frame Z axis depth X axis horizontal Y axis Vertical Aspect ratio of 35mm full frame 1 33 1 Academy Aperture Aspect ratio Aspect ratio of American theatrical release 1 85 1 Aspect ratio of European theatrical release 1 66 1 Aspect ratio of HDTV broadcast 16x9 1 78 1 Open frame The composition leads audience to be aware of the area beyond the edges of the visible shot Closed frame All of the essential information in the shot is neatly contained within the parameters of the frame Deep frame Accentuates the compositional element of depth z axis Flat frame Emphasizes two dimensionality Deep focus Gives us awareness of deep space bc it is clearly visible Add or eliminate attention Shallow focus Attention is limited to a narrow and flat area Depth Cues 3D replicates one additional element of our ability to visually perceive depth and dimension Inter ocular distance Distance between our two eyes Stereopsis Visual perception phenomenon created by viewing objects with two eyes that physiologically are placed slightly apart Balanced frame



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