1.28 Tuesday - Cinematography 1/28 Planning camera set-ups...

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Cinematography 1/28
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Planning camera set-ups Position and angle editing ( down-stream )
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Storyboard Camera set-ups may be storyboarded May use storyboard as blueprint for scene
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Aspect ratio Ratio of the image’s height and width AR will determine the compositional possibilities for each shot Classical Hollywood 1.37:1 TV 1.33:1 ratios Through the 30s, 40s, and 50s the same *Contemporary ratio 1.85:1 Rarely panned and scanned for video; generally a full frame, open matte transfer *Widescreen 2.35:1 Pan and scam for video conversion Alternate ratio 1.66:1 ( Robocop ) or 2.66:1 (super wide) ( Ben Hur ) * = most commonly used today
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Pan-and-Scan Electronic reformatting of widescreen frame Frame reconverted to dimensions of 4:3 home TV Picture info must be chopped off to accommodate this change Creates electronic ‘edit’ and ‘camera pans’ The message of doom “ the film has been reformatted to fit your screen” Alternative is letterboxing
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Super 35
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