Sound that does not have its source in the film image.
The techincal term for the various stages of motion-picture photography, from the manipulation of the film in the camera to the printing of that film.
The arrangement and relationship of the visual elements within a frame.
depth of field
A range of planes within an image from foreground to background, all of which are in focus.
A shot that shows the whole body of the individual being filmed
An image in which the distance between the camera and the subject is great.
An edit that links two shots by a continuous sound or action.
A shot that reveals a person or scene through its reflection in the mirror.
EXAMPLE: Richard III (1995) urinal soliloquy scene.
Two or more actions that are linked by the film to appear simultaneous.
The degree of sharpness in an image.
A shot in which only objects are persons in the foreground of the image can be seen clearly.
By using filters on the camea lens, objects and individuals will appear blurred or with hazy definition.
A technique that recreates the perspective of a single individual.
A pan shot that moves rapidly from right to left or left to right, creating a blurring effect.
sound whose source is identified by the film image
A shot that moves vertically up or down without changing the position of the camera.