Cinema as an Art Form Day 3

A compositematte shot what you see on the left side

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A composite/matte shot: what you see on the left side of the  shot was taken at a different time than what is on the right side  of the shot Why deep focus?  “Because the moviegoer may choose with their eyes what they want to look at  in the shot. I do not like to force it” – Orson Welles contradictory to the last example (6G) where he guides your eyes to look at  what he wants you to look at through the use of lines Example: 7F – An entire scene done in one shot or camera set up. The  smallness of the space is appropriate to the suffocation that Welles wants you to feel.  A sequence shot: where one camera shot is the scene  Example: 4A – Connotations of the architecture and light indicate a cold, distant,  remote and unwelcoming place. The large pillars, the stone, the sparsity, the door Inhospitable place: looks more like a rather tomb than a library.
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  • Fall '10
  • Orson Welles, deep focus, o Kane, low camera angles, low camera angle.

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