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Arts and Humanities
Film and TV
Making Media Chapter 9
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180 Degree Line
Once established and the location of 1st camera is selected, the subsequent camera positions must remain on the same side of the line in order to maintain continuity of screen direction.
Visual material that supports the dominant interview footage.
Logical, linear and usually chronological from shot to shot. Editing techniques are so accepted that they are practically invisible. Ex: Hollywood Narrative style. Can have an ellipsis of time
A transition to another related subject or object that seems to be a logical part of the story.
We take in the big picture, clarifying the overall environment, and relationships between people and things within it. Then gradually, we focus on specifics within the environment, being drawn for various reasons to particular subjects.
If a subject looks off screen, the next shot should be of what they're looking at. The angle of the subject's eyeline should match the position of the object of person at which he/she is looking.
Meanings logically might not seem connected but make a connection in the viewer's mind on a subconscious level.
Instead of starting with the big picture and bringing us closer to the important details, an inductive sequence would start with the details.
Breaks the rules of continuity.
edit of two shots that matches one pint i the action from two different angles or shot sizess to create the sense of continuous action
Elicits an emotional response from the viewer. Can be fast-paced assembly of sound and image. Film art - meaning results from from contrasting and comparing content of adjacent shots.
Cuts should only occur when there is a reason to make them. So change shot size or POV to help the viewer understand whats important and give new information.
Establishes a mirror of 1st camera. Good for filming conversations.
Pieces of interview
Verbally Driven Structure
Media pieces that deliver information, make an agreement, or tell a story through the words of a narrator, the voices of interview subjects, or a combination of the two. A thesis is logically presented and defended.
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