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lecture 14 - lecture14 23:48 Lecture3/15/12Editing

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lecture 14 23:48 Lecture 3/15/12- Editing Mise-en-scene- everything that is represented on the screen Cinematography- how the camera mediates what the profilmic (Whats in front of it;  camera angle, framing, focal length, aperture, focus, film stock, and/or quality of  image sensor and any special effects added) Sound- can carry an endless multitude of meanings and functions Style Editing: The coordination of one shot to the next and then how shots are related to  create the total film. Shot-to-shot relations o Graphic- pictorial quality of the image o Rhythmic- patterns of shot lengths- how long each shot is in respect to  one another o Spatial o Temporal- sense of time in which events unfold. We can rearrange the  order of events however we see fit, we can condense our footage to  show the most significant moments. o
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