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327StudyGuide#1 - What is a films speed What makes a light...

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Chomyn 327 Study Guide 327 Study Guide #1 Concepts to remember: Frame Rates of Motion Picture Film Shutter Angle Duration of Exposure Mechanics of the camera’s movement Depth of Field Film Base v. Emulsion How fast does film travel through the camera? What creates the illusion of a continuous image from a series of images? What creates the illusion of motion from a series of still images? What is the difference between an F stop and a T stop and how are they used? Exposure Latitude Contrast Ratio
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Unformatted text preview: What is a films speed What makes a light soft? Why? Incident light v. reflected light? How does a light meter work? What does the diopter do? How do you use it? What is middle gray? What is the key light? What is the function of the fill light? What is Chiaroscuro? How does the focal length of a lens affect the image? Law of inverse square How does camera placement affect your perception of speed of movement? How does the position of a light affect the image?...
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This note was uploaded on 03/24/2008 for the course CTPR 327 taught by Professor Chomyn during the Spring '08 term at USC.

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