Intro to Cinema notes Feb. 28

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Intro to cinema Feb. 28 Editing -The ordering and arranging of shots -Viewers make connections across the cut -The spaces created on screen do not have correspond with reality. They rely on -inferences. Continuity Editing -Standard style of editing in mainstream films -Especially in the 60's? Moonstruck. .. Elements of Continuity Editing -Matched cuts -Cuts on Movement -Repeating compositions (camera set-ups) -Shot-reverse shot series -The eyeline match -Creates a consistent space between cuts -The 180 degree rule -Ensures that screen direction is consistent from shot to shot -If cuts are made between camera set-ups across the line of action, screen direction will be reversed -The Master Shot (Establishing shot) -Shows everyone and everything involved in scene -The zoom in is a cut. .. if look close things don't perfectly match up. But don't have to to give the impression desired Playing with the Rules -Because continuity editing is the standard, viewers have learned to automatically infer the right meanings from its rules
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This note was uploaded on 08/24/2011 for the course TA 2054 taught by Professor Prince during the Spring '11 term at Virginia Tech.

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