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Comm1300_3_26 - ii Good fellows 1 The background moved...

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Comm 1300 3-26-09 I. Objective-Subjective camera a. Objective – 3 rd person observer, nobody knows you are in the room, nobody interacts with you, the camera lets you see what’s going on, but you are ignored b. Subjective – camera makes you become an actor in the film, you see the world the way they see it i. Gets you involved, gives you the emotional response ii. It only works in short bursts, but not all the way through II. Propositional editing a. Intdicator of thoughts and emotions b. Generally the context conveys this idea, not the technique i. The Little Princess 1. Change in camera angle shows the power relationship (it is a technique, but the little girl says certain things ‘context’ that change the way she was viewed 2. The camera showed the change in relationship
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Unformatted text preview: ii. Good fellows 1. The background moved closer to the table, make things seem closer than they really are iii. Sabotage 1. Some camera moving back and forth, showed the actor’s emotions (juxtaposition of images) -> kuleshov effect iv. For three clips of film, if the middle piece is changed, the whole idea changes, the viewer fills in the association, the association isn’t there, the viewer builds it III. Summary a. Juxtaposed images take on increased meaning b. Viewers use juxtaposed images as clues to what lies there c. Associational juxtaposition – aims to transfer the viewer’s response from one image ti the other i. One of the most common tecuniques of print advertising d. Editing represents a changing in continuity...
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This note was uploaded on 04/12/2009 for the course COMM 1300 taught by Professor Scherer,c. during the Spring '08 term at Cornell.

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