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101_film_terms - Cinematic Terms & Techniques Frame: each...

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Frame: each still photograph in the series that makes up a strip of film Shot: What is recorded by a single operation of the camera (From “action” to “cut”) Scene: A group of shots with continuous action Sequence: A group of scenes forming a self-contained unit. Long Shot: A shot from very far away, usually of a person or thing coming toward the characters Point of View Shot (POV): A shot which shows the scene from the point of view of a character Close-up Shot: The camera moves in very close to the subject Establishing Shot: Generally, a long shot that shows the audience the general location of the scene before moving in on the action. Pan: Movement of the camera from left to right or right to left; this is a pivot motion only. Tilt: The camera tilts up or down. Tracking Shot: Generally, any shot in which the camera itself is moved from one point to another, sideways, forward, or backward. The camera is mounted on wheels or it can be hand- held. Also called a Travel Shot.
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This note was uploaded on 03/15/2012 for the course HUM 101 taught by Professor Yorgason during the Fall '11 term at BYU.

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101_film_terms - Cinematic Terms & Techniques Frame: each...

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