27 September 2011

27 September 2011 - How they put shots together Rule of...

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Relationships Between Frames 21:00 Director and Editor determine special and temporal organization Faster High angle Act ahead of the beat Speed of acting High amount of visual design Time and Space are interrelated Basic Temporal Units Shot – basic temporal unit of a motion picture Usually about 1,000 shots in a film Scene – next basic temporal unit; series of shots united by space and time Sequence – third basic temporal unit; series of scenes Relationships between Shots/Frames Creates movement 2 Basic Types of Movement Actors and Set Move Camera moves Creates pace/tempo/time Creates rhythm A sequential order of repetition Pace is the speed of the rhythm
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Unformatted text preview: How they put shots together Rule of Continuity Create connections between shots, scenes, sequences The audience will feel connected to the previous shot 180 Degree Rule Cut on same shapes, colors, textures Cut on movement in same directions Cut on different angles Jump Cuts Can be used to create contrast Mise-en-Place Rule of Perspectivization Two people in the same scene cant have the same perspective Classical Cutting Cross Cutting Same Space/Same Time Different Space/Same Time Same Space/Different Time Different Space/Different Time Collision Montage Russian Juxtaposition of shots creates meaning 21:00 21:00...
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