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Les techniques cinematographiques
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shot reverse shot, souligne le dialogue en montrant alternativement les protagonistes qui parlent ou leurs reactions
high angle shot, rend le sujet de l'image plus petit, inferieur, victime du destin
low angle shot, rend le sujet de l'image plus grand, lui donne un sens de puissance et de controle
static shot, arret sur l'image pour la rendre plus memorable , cree l'effet d'un moment instantane et capture
wide shot, localise une sequence
close-up shot, souligne l'importance d'un objet, donne acces a une reaction
modifie la lumiere ou la couleur du decor
exprime l'idee de simultaneite
simulation par filtre des scenes qui se deroulent la nuit
souligne le mouvement ou bien la chasse
raccourcit le temps, peut aussi simuler l'effet de la consommation de drogues
presente une scene a travers "les yeux" d'un protagoniste
souligne les actions, propose un theme, s'identifie avec la presence / absence d'un protagoniste. cree un ambiance.
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