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Arts and Humanities
Film and TV
Terms in this set (16)
Classical Continuity Editing
Eye line match
Over the should shot
Longer shot lengths, less jump shots & close ups; slower cuts between shots
· Continuity Editing:
To tell the story as clearly, efficiently, and coherently as possible. Most prevalent in mainstream filmmaking. Seeks to achieve logic, smoothness, flow, and the temporal and spacial orientation of viewers to what they see on screen (match cuts)
镜头构图方式 the way a shot is composed.
And the manner in which subjects and objects are surrounded by the boundaries or perimeter of the film image.
the actual or perceived physical movement of the camera apparatus through space
Creates a sensation in the spectator that he/she is moving through the space
Include: (zoom(perceived), pan shot, tracking shot)
Illumination of a scene, manipulation of light and shadows by the director
point of view
Looking through the character's eyes
single recording of a shot with a particular camera setup, （一条）
the filming of a scene in a found location rather than on stage, studio, or backlot
a shot of lengthy duration (长镜头）
a camera view of an object or character from a considerable distance so that it appears relatively small in the frame （远镜头）
Focus from the foreground all the way to the background.
a class or type of film that shares common, predictable or distinctive artistic and thematic elements or iconography
(Bad guy wear black hat in westerns)
Literally translated as "staging in action"
In film: everything that goes into the composition of a shot-framing, movement of the camera and characters, lighting, set design and the visual environment, and sound. (场面调度)
E.g. two people on the phone, one shot in the bedroom. The next shot in the desert. Both characters were on the phone.
Reverse shot as well.
two or more shots edited together that alternate characters, typically in a conversation situation (over the shoulder shot), reverse of (point of view shot).
One that can include several characters in a frame, usually showing a character from the waist up.
Eye line match
Editing between two shots creates the illusion of the character(First shoot) looking at an object (second shot)
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