2_3-reading-and-study-guide-cinematography

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Week 2. Tuesday August 12: Cinematography and Citizen Kane Reading and Study Guide You should be able to identify in a given clip: high contrast and low contrast images: overexposed and underexposed images: the use of filters : fast motion, slow motion, time-lapse cinematography and high-speed cinematography: the type of lens used – wide angle lens : normal lens : telephoto lens : zoom lens : the depth of field selective focus: deep focus : racking focus
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Unformatted text preview: : the camera height, level, angle, and distance: types of mobile framing- pan : tilt : tracking shot : crane shot : reframing : following shot : Be able to answer: What is aspect ratio? How has it changed over time? Given a sample shot, does camera position cue us to take the image as objective or subjective? Given a sample shot, what is the effect of this framing? When is it used for comic effect? 7...
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