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FILM 2120 Intro to Cinema: 02/15

by: Kay Patel

FILM 2120 Intro to Cinema: 02/15 FILM 2120

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Covers cinematography and camera movements
Introduction to Cinema
Dr. Seiving
Class Notes
Intro to film 02/15
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This 1 page Class Notes was uploaded by Kay Patel on Monday February 22, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to FILM 2120 at University of Georgia taught by Dr. Seiving in Winter 2016. Since its upload, it has received 14 views. For similar materials see Introduction to Cinema in Fine arts at University of Georgia.


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Date Created: 02/22/16
02/15 Introduction to Cinematography  It clarifies the work the technology does to interpret mise­en­scene  Ex: Three Kings (Russell 1999)  Filmmaker manipulates colors and tome  Mise­en­scene vs. Cinematography Mise­en­scene Cinematography Lighting Framing (distance, angle, movement)    Setting Nature of the photographic image (focus,  depth, speed of motion, lenses, image choices  in film shock) Costumer and make­up Figure behavior and staging Camera Framing  Shot scale:  Basic way to describe framing  Extreme long shot (ELS): human figure in a far distance  Long shot (LS): head to toe  Medium long shot (MLS): plan American: head to knee/shins  Good balance of figure and background  Medium shot (MS): waist and up  Medium close­up (MCU): chest up  Close­up (CU): head and shoulders  Extreme close­up (ECU): a portion of a part of the body  Angle:   High angle: above eye­level and point downward  Low angle: below eye­level and point upward  Pan: set on tripod and rotated horizontally  Tilt: set on tripod and rotated vertically  Rolls: rotates on an axis  Tracking: on tracks  Dolly: camera support  and is on wheels  Tracking in: physically moving in  Zooming in: movement of the lens  Crane: camera mounted on the end of the crane  Physically moving through space  Camera movement: view of the character


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