DIR1 S10 Wkshp 6 - DIRECTING FOR FILM 1 (FIL 2480) LECTURE...

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DIRECTING FOR FILM 1 (FIL 2480) BLOCKING AND MOVING CAMERA Professor: Lori Ingle lingle@mail.ucf.edu Workshop Due Monday 9am, Ingle’s Film Office Box, Com 121) NOTES PERPENDICULAR CHOREOGRAPHY – COMBINING FOUR SHOTS INTO ONE Practice using a single tracking shot to capture blocking that moves parallel, toward, and away from the camera. Vary the speed of the camera movement as necessary, including coming to a stop. Do not adjust the framing of the lens manually. Allow the blocking to determine CU, MS, and WS. SBS Pgs. 310-311 EXTENDED CHOREOGRAPHY – REVEALING SPACE AND CROSSING THE CAMERA PATH Practice using a single tracking shot to capture blocking that reveals space diagonally and crosses the path of the camera. Vary the speed of the camera movement as necessary, including coming to a stop. Do not adjust the framing of the lens manually. Allow the blocking to determine CU, MS, and WS. Revealing Space 1) Subject approaches in CU 2) Hold on his look and reaction to surroundings not included in frame 3) As he moves away from camera, reveal background slowly Rev. 2/10 1 of 7 WORKSHOP SUBJECT TO CHANGE
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DIRECTING FOR FILM 1 (FIL 2480) BLOCKING AND MOVING CAMERA Professor: Lori Ingle lingle@mail.ucf.edu Workshop Due Monday 9am, Ingle’s Film Office Box, Com 121) Crossing the Camera Path 1) Subject walks parallel to camera then turns to walk toward slowed camera 2) Camera stays on left or right of subject 3) Camera pans with subject as crosses over tracking path (Pivot) 4) Subject turns and walks parallel to camera SBS Pgs. 311-312 Revealing Space and Crossing the Camera Path SBS Pgs. 313 CAMERA COUNTERING AND RE-TRACKING Practice using a single tracking shot that counters in the first take and re-tracks in the second take while capturing the moving blocking. Pan and vary the speed of the camera movement as necessary, including coming to a stop. Do not adjust the framing of the lens manually. Allow the blocking to determine CU, MS, and WS. Countering
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DIR1 S10 Wkshp 6 - DIRECTING FOR FILM 1 (FIL 2480) LECTURE...

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