Aspect ratios notes - ○ pay attention to the sound that...

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Deep & flat are only ones can contrast within shot. Surface divisions – directs audience’s attention to parts of frame, gives visual variety 1. Division of the middle – splits into two parts 2. Division of three – Splits into thirds 3. Grid – four or more 4. Square on a rectangle – a line that splits it into square and rectangle Aspect ratios – width to height ratio of screens. Parallax view – two lenses side by side to make a 3d image Anamorphic lenses – Shoots wide but fits on 1.85:1 film, but then must be projected wide Sound pay attention to the sound that you’re capturing note the sound that you want to exclude the target sound the background sound minimize the background noise as much as possible sound person wears headphones
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Unformatted text preview: ○ pay attention to the sound that you’re taping ○ if you hear noise (dogs, trains, etc.) take another take ● good quality microphone is dire ● don’t rely on the internal mic in your camera ○ external mic is always better Types ● the mics that you see on news cameras ○ shotgun mics ○ aim their sensors right at their target ○ exclude peripheral noise ○ closer the mic is to the target = better the sound quality will be ○ a microphone right in front of a speaker’s mouth = the best sound ● clip-on mic ○ lavalier mics ○ small microphones that attach on the speaker’s collar ○ pointed at the mouth ○ capture the voice well because it’s nearby ○ exclude the surrounding sound...
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