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Cinematography
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PERSISTENCE OF VISION The human retinas tendency to retain an image for a few seconds after the image is no longer on the screen due to the fact that the brain retains the imprint of a photograph for 1/20 - 1/5th of a second. This delay creates the illusion of movement. A Zoetrope
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CINEMATOGRAPHY means motion picture photography. A cinematographer or DP captures the photography of the motion picture with the camera. Basic Unit is THE SHOT Points of View: Subjective vs. Objective Shots are FRAMED.
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Centered Framing
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Open Framing
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Closed Framing
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Canted (Dutch) Angle
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Color
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Aspect Ratio Academy Ratio Widescreen (Letterbox) vs. Fullscreen Besieged, 1998
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Types of Shots Extreme Close Up (Abbrev. ECU)
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Unformatted text preview: Close Up (Abbrev. CU) Medium Close Up (Abbrev. MCU) Medium Shot (Abbrev. MS) Long Shot (Abbrev. LS) Extreme Long Shot (Abbrev. XLS) Establishing Shot The Sting, 1973 Manhattan, 1979 Crane Shot Over the Shoulder Shot High Noon, 1952 Vertigo, 1958 High Angle Shot Low Angle Shot Halloween, 1978 The Color of Paradise, 1999 Deep Focus The Best Years of Our Lives, 1946 Shallow Focus Central Station, 1998 Rack Focus Depth of Field & Focus Peking Opera Blues, 1986 Focal Length Wide Angle vs. Telephoto Camera Movement Pan Tilt Dolly/Tracking shot Dolly = Camera Movement Zoom = Lens Movement...
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This note was uploaded on 08/18/2011 for the course ENG 2100 taught by Professor Christophergullen during the Spring '11 term at Seminole State College.

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