image design - image design Visual elements of film For the...

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image design Visual elements of film For the purposes of this class, image design will be broken into three areas: Production design Camerawork Lighting Production design: The coordination of: -Location / Setting -Costumes -Make-up -Props Setting: The times and places in which the story takes place. Setting can be used to: - Reveal / Define Character - Establish or Enhance theme - Reflect broader society on a small scale - Immerse the viewer in the film experience - Generate mood and atmosphere Costumes / Make up / Props: Material that can be used or worn by an actor / character. Can be used to: - Define character / Reveal character - Establish or enhance the theme - Sustain believability in the film world Camerawork: Includes - Composition - Camera Movement Composition: The organization of visual elements within the parameters of the film frame Aspect Ratio: The ratio of the width of the frame to the height Shot Scale: How big the human figure is in the shot - Wide shots favor the environment - Close ups favor performance EWS (extreme wide shot) - Person is small in the frame
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This note was uploaded on 03/24/2012 for the course MUS 107 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '10 term at Moraine Valley Community College.

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