Montage editing putting together or assembling shots

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soundtrack and the speed of the dialogue, the type of editing, etc. Montage: "editing", "putting together" or "assembling shots "; refers to a filming technique, editing style, or form of movie collage consisting of a series of short shots or
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images that are rapidly put together into a coherent sequence to create a composite picture Diegetic: realistic or logically existing, such as the music that plays on a character's radio in a scene; more generally, it refers to the narrative elements of a film (such as spoken dialogue, other sounds, action) that appear in, are shown, or naturally originate within the content of the film frame. Non-diegetic: sounds w/o an origin within the film frame itself (e.g., background music, the musical score, a voice-over, or other sounds). Chapters 13 Early Renaissance (1400-1500)-Rebirth of interest in antiquity, the individual, and nature Brunelleschi: Greatest architect of the Early Renaissance. Know for the Dome of Florence Cathedra l-Double shell pointed dome without use of temp scaffolding. 8 sided. Dome: an arch rotated 360 degrees made is semi circle because of the Stress-has a pointed sense to it Double shel l-Reinforced ribs on inside for support Liberal arts: middle ages were those practiced by free men. Included mathematics, geometry, astronomy & music, all based on measure. Mechanical arts: architecture, painting & sculpture to the status of liberal arts. Brunelleschi was critical to this endeavor
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Masaccio: Fresco of the Trinity with the virgin, St. John 1427-1428 Linear perspective-the chapel appears to recede into the wall. Vanishing point is just below the bottom of the cross. The renaissance interest in the antique is seen in the coffered barrel vault, Ionic and Corinthian capitals linear perspective: was invented by Brunelleschi-According to this method, edges of surface are drown on the picture plane in such a way that they converge toward a single vanishing point. fresco: Wall painting in which ground pigment mixed with water is applied to wet lime plaster Botticelli: Birth of venus (ca.1484-1486) Picture-waves and flowers are surface texture. backdrop is more like 2D, because of tension figures are 3D like. Venus-contract near perfect body her limbs are distorted-arm is thicker more manly/shoulder
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High Renaissance (1500-1525)- The maturation of the arts Idealism: The representation of things in ideal or idealized form. Leonardo da Vinci: Greatest work in Milan was The last Supper (1495-1499) Using perspective to create simultaneously an illusion of a cubic space and focus the viewers attention on Jesus. the largest of the 3 windows on the back wall is directly behind Jesus, Emphasizing him. The curved pediment, which arches above his head, serves as a halo. Perfectly centered. All perspective lines converge towards a vanishing point, directly behind his head. Arrangement of the 12 apostles are six on each side, divided into 4 equal groups of 3 figures, resulting in a composition that is symmetrically balanced on either side around the central figure of Jesus.
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sfumato: Italian for “smokey” in painting, the intentional blurring of the outline of a figure in a hazy, almost smokey atmosphere. enhance the naturalism making the figure
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