lecture 4 - lecture4 23:48 Cinematography

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lecture 4 23:48 Cinematography Framing- a frame is a particular vantage point that always involves a process of  inclusion and exclusion. The tension between the inclusion/exclusion where the  aesthetic possibility lies. Occurs above the frame, below the frame, to the left of the  frame, to the right of the frame, behind the frame, and behind the set. Framing sizes in  ratios-- 1.33:1 Academy Standard, 1.85:1 Academy Flat, 2.35:1 Anamorphic Scope (aka  Panavision/Cinemascope) Eraserhead- cant see that the woman is trying to get out from under the bed. Its not  what you include, but also what you exclude that is important. Scale/Distance- XLS (extra long shot) LS Christmas movie where wife stabs husband in back in front of child (human form  spans most of the vertical dimensions of the frame) MLS (medium long shot) – knees up to head MS (cut off by the waist) Mister Lonely
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This note was uploaded on 03/15/2012 for the course CA 355 taught by Professor Aarongranat during the Spring '12 term at Wisconsin.

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lecture 4 - lecture4 23:48 Cinematography

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