Lecture 11 - Building Screen Space

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Unformatted text preview: { Building Screen Space: Visualization Chapter 11 Visualization is thinking in pictures, or in individual shots or brief sequences. In TV and film, it means thinking in screen images. Whatever prompts you to visualize specific pictures, the reason for visualization in TV and film is to clarify, intensify, and interpret an event for the viewers. Visualization A series of visualizations is a storyboard It usually consists of a series of sketches in sequence. The storyboard is very detailed, and is a key part of preproduction. Storyboard shows sketches or still photos of the key points of view of an event in their proper sequence. Steven Spielberg On Storyboarding Storyboard (Pre-Viz) Storyboard Storyboard This chapter explores the basic factors that will help you translate your visualizations into camera shots: Your visualization depends on context but also on how YOU want to tell the story Five basic factors will help you translate your visualizations into camera shots. Deductive and inductive visual approaches. Ways of looking. Field of view. Point of view (POV). Angles. Visualization Deductive : means moving from the general to the specific. Technically this means starting from a wide shot and closely getting to a close-up. In this way you are setting up visually all the elements of the story (time, characters, objects, location, etc) War Inc . Ex.1; Ex.2 What else have you noticed from the clip? Do they really follow at ALL times the deductive approach? Deductive & Inductive Visual Approaches: The inductive visual approach means that you go from details of the event to a general overview. Begin with a close-up of a significant detail, then follow with a series of close-up details. May end the sequence with a wider orientation shot. Compels the viewer to use psychological closure. Dexter intro Deductive & Inductive Visual Approaches: Looking at an event : report an event that way it is. Think about someone who OBJECTIVELY observes an event. You just REPORT. CLARIFICATION The Ohio State University playing football Ways of Looking...
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