Film Terms Aug 17

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Bentley, Luke Hickey, Joseph Porter, Caroline Negron, Josué Thorp, Drew Professor Manuel A. Pérez Tejada Writing about Film English 1102 17:29:42 Film Terms or Film Glossary Assignment – Cinematography CGI- or Computer-Generated Imagery (or Images) , a term referring to the use of 3D computer graphics and technology (digital computers and specialized software) in film-making to create filmed images, special effects and the illusion of motion; often used to cut down on the cost of hiring extra Chiaroscuro - literally, the combination of the two Italian words for "clear/bright" and "dark"; refers to a notable, contrasting use of light and shade in scenes; often achieved by using a spotlight; this lighting technique had its roots in German Expressionistic cinematography; aka high-contrast lighting or Rembrandt lighting ; flat lighting or TV lighting (bright and flat lighting with no shadows) is its opposit Dolly (shot)- refers to a moving shot in which the perspective of the subject and background is
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