Film Aesthetics Week 3 Notes
Film Aesthetics Week 3 Notes FLME 1010
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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by JeanEricson96 on Friday September 9, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to FLME 1010 at Georgia State University taught by Dr. Harper Cossar in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 10 views. For similar materials see Film Aesthetics in Film at Georgia State University.
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Date Created: 09/09/16
09/06/16 Film Aesthetics Cinematography Citizen Kane – low key lighting, B&W, establishing shot panning and tilting, the lighting doesn’t focus on the speaker (because he is no important). The Brave One – only cinematography (no dialogue) in clip, Steadicam and dolly. Canted angles. Pulling focus. Children of men – shallow depth of field, “creeping” towards main character (signature of the cinematographer). Do the right thing – two shot (two people in shot), panning and dollying. Reverse shot for reaction. Shallow depth of field and close up. Schindler's list – B&W in 1992, extreme close ups, Steadicam, glamour lighting, pulling/racking focus. 09/08/16 Film Aesthetics Editing – Placing shots against each other The editor organizes and disguises. The transition helps with the continuity. Temporal = Time, shots are one single clip. Fades and Dissolves – Fades almost always passes time, Dissolves can mean something is happening at the same time or be a passing of time, as well. Graphic match – showing change in time smoothly. Edits have to be invisible. Graphic match in action is more complicated for editors. The 180degree rule keeps causality for conversations and anything with shot/reversals. Eye line match shows what a character is looking at. Crosscutting shows two different events happening at the same time.
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