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82 terms
Cinematography
cinematography
shot
take
setup
the process of capturing moving images on film or some other…
one uninterrupted run of the camera; can be as short or as lo…
an indication of the number of times a particular shot is taken
one camera position and everything associated with it; setup…
cinematography
the process of capturing moving images on film or some other…
shot
one uninterrupted run of the camera; can be as short or as lo…
12 terms
Cinematography
Extreme close-up (a more magnified ima…
Close-up (shows the subject matter in…
Medium shot (shows most or all of the…
Long shot (the main focus of the shot…
Can be used to convey intimacy or create dramatic effect
Draw to viewer in and makes us pay close attention to what's…
Gives some background detail while still keeping the focus on…
Establishes the setting... Emphasises the vastness of a scene... Ca…
Extreme close-up (a more magnified ima…
Can be used to convey intimacy or create dramatic effect
Close-up (shows the subject matter in…
Draw to viewer in and makes us pay close attention to what's…
34 terms
Cinematography
Montage
High angle
Low angle
Dutch angle
Combination of quick shots edited together
From the top looking down; makes character look vulnerable or…
From the bottom looking up; makes character look bigger or mo…
Tilted; makes situation feel uneasy
Montage
Combination of quick shots edited together
High angle
From the top looking down; makes character look vulnerable or…
40 terms
Cinematography
Focus
Depth of field
Racking focus
Focal length
the sharpness of the image
the range of distances before the lens that can be photograph…
adjusting perspective while filming
the chief variable process of the lens. The distance from the…
Focus
the sharpness of the image
Depth of field
the range of distances before the lens that can be photograph…
159 terms
Cinematography
What is Cinematography?
Director of Photography
A Shot
A Take is
The process of capturing moving images on film or a digital s…
The person who is responsible for all operations concerning c…
One uninterrupted run of the camera
The number of times a particular shot was taken.
What is Cinematography?
The process of capturing moving images on film or a digital s…
Director of Photography
The person who is responsible for all operations concerning c…
14 terms
Cinematography
close-up
long shot
over-the-shoulder shot
establishing shot
The camera is close to an object. With human subjects, the fa…
This is view of a situation or setting from a distance.
These shots are used during dialogue scenes and help involve…
Often used at the beginning of a scene to indicate the locati…
close-up
The camera is close to an object. With human subjects, the fa…
long shot
This is view of a situation or setting from a distance.
14 terms
Cinematography
close-up
long shot
over-the-shoulder shot
establishing shot
The camera is close to an object. With human subjects, the fa…
This is view of a situation or setting from a distance.
These shots are used during dialogue scenes and help involve…
Often used at the beginning of a scene to indicate the locati…
close-up
The camera is close to an object. With human subjects, the fa…
long shot
This is view of a situation or setting from a distance.
39 terms
Cinematography
Subjective point of view
Objective point of view
Mobile frame
Aspect Ratio
recreates the perspective of a character through camera place…
represents the more impersonal perspective of the camera
image may follow an action, object or individual
the relation of width to height of the film frame as it appea…
Subjective point of view
recreates the perspective of a character through camera place…
Objective point of view
represents the more impersonal perspective of the camera
21 terms
Cinematography
shot/sequence
quality/resolution
depth of field
exposure
a film sequence photographed continuously by one camera
a measure of the sharpness of an image or of the fineness wit…
the distance between the nearest and the furthest objects in…
the quantity of light or other radiation reaching a photograp…
shot/sequence
a film sequence photographed continuously by one camera
quality/resolution
a measure of the sharpness of an image or of the fineness wit…
Cinematography
shot/sequence
quality/resolution
depth of field
exposure
a film sequence photographed continuously by one camera
a measure of the sharpness of an image or of the fineness wit…
the distance between the nearest and the furthest objects in…
the quantity of light or other radiation reaching a photograp…
shot/sequence
a film sequence photographed continuously by one camera
quality/resolution
a measure of the sharpness of an image or of the fineness wit…
17 terms
Cinematography
cinematographer
obtain slow motion
to obtain fast motion
Time-lapse photography
the person responsible for the photography of a motion picture.
speed the camera up, shoot at shutter speed twice your frame…
slow the camera down
can compress time and make very slow movement visible, such a…
cinematographer
the person responsible for the photography of a motion picture.
obtain slow motion
speed the camera up, shoot at shutter speed twice your frame…
25 terms
Cinematography
Tonalities
Tinting
Speed of motion: Fast-motion
Speed of Motion: Slow Motion
Contrast, exposure levels, filters, post-production tonality…
typical of the silent-era
...
...
Tonalities
Contrast, exposure levels, filters, post-production tonality…
Tinting
typical of the silent-era
20 terms
Cinematography
Shot/Sequence
Quality/Resolution
Depth of Field
Exposure
A single stream of images, uninterrupted by editing
Resolution: the degree of detail visible in a photographic or…
The distance through which elements in an image are in sharp…
Amount of light that the aperture allows through the lens
Shot/Sequence
A single stream of images, uninterrupted by editing
Quality/Resolution
Resolution: the degree of detail visible in a photographic or…
58 terms
Cinematography
Photographic Qualities of the Shot
Film Stock
Tinting
Toning
Cinematography
Slow = low contrast... Fast = high contrast
the process of dyeing motion-picture film with a color
Color ____ is the process of changing or intensifying the col…
Photographic Qualities of the Shot
Cinematography
Film Stock
Slow = low contrast... Fast = high contrast
15 terms
Cinematography
Candid
Enigma
Genre
Fade
Completely honest, straightforward
a puzzle; a mystery
A category or type of literature (or of art, music, etc.) cha…
can be to or from black or white. A fade can begin in darknes…
Candid
Completely honest, straightforward
Enigma
a puzzle; a mystery
68 terms
Cinematography
spectral
diffused
foot candle
Separation
hard light
soft light
unit of measure of amount of light
signal to noise ratio
spectral
hard light
diffused
soft light
27 terms
Cinematography
Choices in the Recording Process
Short Focal Length lens
Long-focal-length lens
Zoom lens
Exposure/Frame Rate, perspective, Lens use, visual effects, f…
"Wide angle lens"... • Wide but distorted field of view... • Exagge…
"Telephoto lens"... • Flattens image... • Seems to slow action into…
• Focal length can be changed during a shot... • Can magnify an…
Choices in the Recording Process
Exposure/Frame Rate, perspective, Lens use, visual effects, f…
Short Focal Length lens
"Wide angle lens"... • Wide but distorted field of view... • Exagge…
31 terms
Cinematography
200 watt mini mole
650 watt tweenie II
1k baby baby
1k mickey mole
200 watt mini mole
650 watt tweenie II
23 terms
Cinematography
Ground Level Height
Elevated Height
Slow/Fast Motion
Bullet time
The camera is placed at ground level using a standard angle.
The camera is placed at an elevated height (above the heads o…
The projected images appear to move faster or slower than usu…
Extreme slow motion effects that are only now achievable thro…
Ground Level Height
The camera is placed at ground level using a standard angle.
Elevated Height
The camera is placed at an elevated height (above the heads o…
27 terms
Cinematography
What's cinematography?
Basic Cinematography Terms
Flashback
Flashforward
The art and technique of film photography.
Cast, Protagnist, Characters, Set.
A film technique that alters the order of the story, takes th…
It depicts a scene, event or shot taking place in the future.
What's cinematography?
The art and technique of film photography.
Basic Cinematography Terms
Cast, Protagnist, Characters, Set.
67 terms
Cinematography
Cinematography
Photography
Contrast
Exposure
Literally, "writing in movement."
Writing in light.
Refers to the comparative difference between the darkest and…
Regulates how much light passes through the camera lens.
Cinematography
Literally, "writing in movement."
Photography
Writing in light.
114 terms
cinematography
analog video
digital video
CGI
lenses
a video system that records images onto magnetic tape using e…
a video system that records images onto magnetic tape using e…
images that originate from computer graphics tech rather than…
a glass element on a camera that focuses light rays so that t…
analog video
a video system that records images onto magnetic tape using e…
digital video
a video system that records images onto magnetic tape using e…
217 terms
Cinematography
Aspect Ratio for Full frame 35mm/16mm…
Aspect Ratio for American Theatrical R…
Aspect Ratio for European Theatrical R…
Aspect Ratio for HDTV
1.33:1/4x3 (horizontal width is 1/3 longer than vertical heig…
1.85:1
1.66:1
16x9 / 1.78:1
Aspect Ratio for Full frame 35mm/16mm…
1.33:1/4x3 (horizontal width is 1/3 longer than vertical heig…
Aspect Ratio for American Theatrical R…
1.85:1
56 terms
Cinematography
cinematography
blown out
tonality
contrast
photographic qualities, frame of the shot, camera movement, d…
too bright in contrast
matter of considering how the light registers on film
the comparative difference between the darkest and lightest a…
cinematography
photographic qualities, frame of the shot, camera movement, d…
blown out
too bright in contrast
40 terms
Cinematography
Focus
Depth of field
Racking focus
Focal length
the sharpness of the image
the range of distances before the lens that can be photograph…
adjusting perspective while filming
the chief variable process of the lens. The distance from the…
Focus
the sharpness of the image
Depth of field
the range of distances before the lens that can be photograph…
30 terms
Cinematography
Apparent Motion
Camera Lens
Focal Length
Depth of Field
Psychological process that explains our perception of movemen…
The piece of curved glass that redirects light rays in order…
Th distance from the center of the lens to point where the li…
The portion of the image that is in Focus
Apparent Motion
Psychological process that explains our perception of movemen…
Camera Lens
The piece of curved glass that redirects light rays in order…
40 terms
Cinematography
Focus
Depth of field
Racking focus
Focal length
the sharpness of the image
the range of distances before the lens that can be photograph…
adjusting perspective while filming
the chief variable process of the lens. The distance from the…
Focus
the sharpness of the image
Depth of field
the range of distances before the lens that can be photograph…
48 terms
cinematography
cinematography
qualities, framing, exposure, length,…
tonality
contrast
the act of writing in movement
qualities of cinematography
how light registers on the film
comparative difference between the darkest and lightest areas…
cinematography
the act of writing in movement
qualities, framing, exposure, length,…
qualities of cinematography
50 terms
Cinematography
Cinematography
Shot
Takes
Setup
is the process of capturing moving images on film.... The word c…
is one uninterrupted run of the camera.
is the number of times a shot is taken.
is one camera position and everything associated with it.
Cinematography
is the process of capturing moving images on film.... The word c…
Shot
is one uninterrupted run of the camera.
10 terms
Cinematography
design
visual storytelling
contrast
framing
need to know about visual design and theater and TIME... 2D- dra…
all tools of 2D and 3D composition; color theory and basic vi…
differences between:... shape, color, and tone... foreground and ba…
where things are:... balance... rule of thirds... quadrant framing
design
need to know about visual design and theater and TIME... 2D- dra…
visual storytelling
all tools of 2D and 3D composition; color theory and basic vi…
82 terms
Cinematography
cinematography
apparent motion
chronophotography
nitrate
motion-picture photography, literally "writing in movement"
the psychological process that explains our perception of mov…
a sequence of still photographs such as those depicting human…
the highly flammable chemical base of 35mm film stock used un…
cinematography
motion-picture photography, literally "writing in movement"
apparent motion
the psychological process that explains our perception of mov…
55 terms
Cinematography
contrast
exposure
over-exposure
under-exposure
...
...
...
...
contrast
...
exposure
...
21 terms
Cinematography
Film Stock
Cellulose Nitrate
Cellulose Triacetate (Safety Film)
Polyester film stock
Unexposed and unprocessed motion-picture film
Used from 1890s-1950s
1950s-present
1990s-today
Film Stock
Unexposed and unprocessed motion-picture film
Cellulose Nitrate
Used from 1890s-1950s
9 terms
Cinematography
Proxemics
extreme long shot
Long shot
full shot
the fancy word for shot types
dominated by background information; dwarfs the character in…
is the establishing shot, tells you who what and where.
frames the human subject from head to toe and shoes physical…
Proxemics
the fancy word for shot types
extreme long shot
dominated by background information; dwarfs the character in…
40 terms
Cinematography
Shot
Subjective Point of View
Objective Point of View
Framing
A continuous point of view that may move forward or backward,…
A point of view from the characters perspective
A point of view that does not associate the perspective of th…
The portion of the filmed subject that appears within the bor…
Shot
A continuous point of view that may move forward or backward,…
Subjective Point of View
A point of view from the characters perspective
30 terms
Cinematography
Photography is
Cinematography is
Fast film stock
Slow film stock
WRITING in LIGHT
WRITING in MOVEMENTS/MOTION
sensitive to light; produces high contrast but grainy image
less sensitive to light; produces a lower contrast but sharpe…
Photography is
WRITING in LIGHT
Cinematography is
WRITING in MOVEMENTS/MOTION
38 terms
Cinematography
2.8
16
5.6
going down 2 full stops.
At stop 1.4, what would be the next FULL stop up be?
At stop 8, what would the next FULL stop up be?
At stop 8, the next HALF stop down would be?
f11-f2.8 is?
2.8
At stop 1.4, what would be the next FULL stop up be?
16
At stop 8, what would the next FULL stop up be?
18 terms
Cinematography
Mobile Framing
Pan (orama)
Tilt
Crane Shot
...
...
...
...
Mobile Framing
...
Pan (orama)
...
11 terms
Cinematography
Cinematography
Extreme long shot
Long shot
Medium close up
the process of capturing moving images on film or some other…
A shot that shows a large amount of the surroundings. Often u…
A shot from some distance. If filming a person, the full body…
frames the body from the chest up
Cinematography
the process of capturing moving images on film or some other…
Extreme long shot
A shot that shows a large amount of the surroundings. Often u…
77 terms
Cinematography
cinematography
kinesis
director of photography
shot
process of capturing moving images on film/digital storage de…
movement
responsible for transforming other aspects of moviemaking int…
one uninterrupted run of the camera, recording of film, or ot…
cinematography
process of capturing moving images on film/digital storage de…
kinesis
movement
42 terms
Cinematography
Standard Def
Frames per second
Speed of film
Shutter speed
640 resolution
how many frames the camera shoots while recording
24 frames per second
the length of time a shutter is open to expose light into the…
Standard Def
640 resolution
Frames per second
how many frames the camera shoots while recording
82 terms
Cinematography
cinematography
take
setup
camera crew
The process of capturing moving images on film or some other…
An indication of the number of times a particular shot is tak…
One camera position and everything associated with it. Wherea…
Technicians that make up two separate groups—one concerned wi…
cinematography
The process of capturing moving images on film or some other…
take
An indication of the number of times a particular shot is tak…
9 terms
Cinematography
Extreme close-up (ECU or XCU) or big c…
Close-up (CU)
Medium shot or midshot (MS)
Long shot (LS) or wide shot (WS)
a detail shot
generally framed just above the head to the upper chest. This…
cuts the body just below or above the waist.
generally features the entire person in the frame, just above…
Extreme close-up (ECU or XCU) or big c…
a detail shot
Close-up (CU)
generally framed just above the head to the upper chest. This…
24 terms
Cinematography
Angle
Animation
Automatic exposure
Boom shot
Eye level, low level and high level camera positions
Photographing series of drawings or still objects, frame by f…
Light meter in camera sets exposure
Movie camera on large moveable platform or crane
Angle
Eye level, low level and high level camera positions
Animation
Photographing series of drawings or still objects, frame by f…
20 terms
Cinematography
ISO
Aperture/F-Stop
Shutter Speed
Depth of Field
The numerical value that measure your camera's sensitivity to…
A hole within a lens, through which light travels into the ca…
The amount of time the shutter inside the camera is open to e…
Distance between the nearest and furthest points at which the…
ISO
The numerical value that measure your camera's sensitivity to…
Aperture/F-Stop
A hole within a lens, through which light travels into the ca…
30 terms
Cinematography
Color
Contrast
Deep Focus
Shallow Focus
Early films were shot in black and white but the cinema soon…
The ratio of dark and light in an image.
staging an event on film such that significant elements occup…
A restricted depth of field, which keeps only one plane in sh…
Color
Early films were shot in black and white but the cinema soon…
Contrast
The ratio of dark and light in an image.
60 terms
Cinematography
Wide shot
Mid shot
Close up
Storyboard
Shot of all the action
Shot from waist up
Shot of head and shoulders, shot of face, or a close shot of…
Rough illustration of all the shots of your film
Wide shot
Shot of all the action
Mid shot
Shot from waist up
79 terms
CINEMATOGRAPHY
Normal Lens (4)
Wide Angle Lens (5)
Telephoto Lens (6)
Cinemotgraphic Lenses (4)
-approx 25 degree angle of view... -same as human eye field of v…
-greater field of view... -increased and distorted depth percept…
-narrow field of view... -magnifies the image... -compresses depth…
prime/fixed/flat/hard lens:... fixed focal length lens... zoom len…
Normal Lens (4)
-approx 25 degree angle of view... -same as human eye field of v…
Wide Angle Lens (5)
-greater field of view... -increased and distorted depth percept…
20 terms
Cinematography
Shot
Sequence
Quality/Resolution
Depth of Field
A single continous strand or images that are not edited.
A part of a film. Longer sequences show more events over a lo…
Sharpness of an image. An image with more pixels has higher q…
The ratio of the distance between the nearest and farthest ob…
Shot
A single continous strand or images that are not edited.
Sequence
A part of a film. Longer sequences show more events over a lo…
20 terms
Cinematography
Shot
Sequence
Quality/Resolution
Depth of Field
A single continous strand or images that are not edited.
A part of a film. Longer sequences show more events over a lo…
Sharpness of an image. An image with more pixels has higher q…
The ratio of the distance between the nearest and farthest ob…
Shot
A single continous strand or images that are not edited.
Sequence
A part of a film. Longer sequences show more events over a lo…
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