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Student Name: Daniel lee Student ID: 19946676 Shot–by–Shot Worksheet Shot # Lengt h (sec.) Brief description of the shot Most significant aspect of its mise-en-scène Type of shot 01a 0:00 4 sec Lena approaches Don, Cosmo, and RF panicking because she doesn’t know what to do after the crowd asks her to sing Offstage; all the men wear tuxedos; Lena is in the center wearing a bright silver dress and head ornament; three-point lighting MS, tight framing, deep focus 01b 0:04 26 sec RF explains to Lena that Cathy will stand behind the stage and sing for Lena but Cathy feels betrayed by Don Lena is happy, while Cathy expresses a mad/sad feeling towards Don; Cathy’s pink dress expresses her innocence in the situation MLS 01c 0:30 3 sec Cosmo pushes Lena back on stage while the men crowd up and watch Lena leaves and the men crowd center to the frame MLS to MS 02 0:33 4 sec Lena is back on stage and the composer asks Lena what she’s singing The spotlight on Lena brings our focus to her, while the composer standing also brings some focus to him Audience POV, LS 03 0:37 3 sec Lena walks back a bit to ask Cathy what she’s singing High key lighting on Lena; camera is shooting up; Lena is awkwardly trying to play it off MS 04 0:40 2 sec Cathy leans into the curtain and whispers what she’s singing Soft lighting; darker to show she’s “behind the scenes”; Cathy’s center frame MS; shallow focus, low contrast 05 0:42 2 sec Lena walks up and tells the composer she’s singing “Singing in the Rain” Lena’s expression is happy; depth is created by the mic in front and Lena walking up to in; Lena is center frame; camera is shooting up MS 06 0:44 4 sec Composer says what to play, and asks Lena “in what key” Camera is shooting down; high key lighting makes most of the image light; composer in front of audience; Lena’s point of view MS from above, Lena’s POV 07 0:48 5 sec Lena is confused and moves back to hear Cathy tell her “A flat”
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  • Spring '14
  • Lena, Cathy, Key light, Low-key lighting, Photographic techniques

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