Lecture 6

Lecture 6 - 9/29/09 Lecture #6 1. Blocking 2. Lighting 3....

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Unformatted text preview: 9/29/09 Lecture #6 1. Blocking 2. Lighting 3. Rehearsal a. For camera crew who are at their jobs 4. Shooting Camera Notes Camera Crew Camera Operator o Looks through the lens First AC o Keeps the equipment in shape o Keeps camera in focus without looking through the lens Second AC o Maintains the equipment Loader o Loads magazines, does paper work Roger Guyett Guest Speaker Visual Effects Supervisor Visual effects vs. Special effects Special effects is traditional term Visual effects was added when computer became more prevalent Everything used to be called special effects something that happens in front of the camera in principal photograph (explosions, mechanical, rigging, automatic door, pyrotechnics, rain, wind, thunder) o Snow exterior is an example of a special effects in Star Trek Snow is usually paper product or something biodegradable o Now days everything is accounted for If car is blown up all the parts need to be collected...
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Lecture 6 - 9/29/09 Lecture #6 1. Blocking 2. Lighting 3....

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