System of the film camera and provides instant visual

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system of the film camera and provides instant visual feedback enabling them to view a scene before the film is sent for processing Composition : The organization distribution, balance, and general relationship of stationary objects and figures Figures : Any significant thing that moves on the screen Framing : What we see on the screen Kinesis : What moves on the screen Reframing : The process of moving around a motion picture image Moving Frame : The result of reframing Point of View : What you see. It is presented by framing View Finder : The little window you look through when taking a picture Off screen Space : Anything outside the frame On Screen Space : Anything inside the frame Open Frame : A type of frame designed to depict a world where characters move freely within an open recognizable environment Closed Frame : A type of frame designed to imply that other forces have robbed characters of their ability to move and act freely
Blocking : A process when the director and his team plan the positions and movements of the actors and the cameras for each scene and familiarize the cast and camera operators with their plan Chapter 6 Cinematography : The process of capturing moving images on film or a digital storage device Shot : One uninterrupted run of the camera, and the recording resulting from that run Take : The number of times a particular shot is taken Setup : One camera position and everything associated with it Camera Crew : Group of technicians, split into groups who deal with camera or electricity and lighting Camera Operator : Person who does the actual shooting First Assistant Camera Person : Oversees everything having to do with the camera, lenses, supporting equipment, and the material on which the movie is being shot 2 nd AC : Prepares the slate Slate : Used to identify each scene as it is shot (black and white clicky thingy) Gaffer : Chief electrician Best Boy : First assistant electrician Grips : All around handy persons who work with both the camera crew and electrical crew to get the camera and lighting ready for shooting Film Stock : What the films are shot on (film or digital media) Gauges : The width (measured in mm) of the film Speed : Exposure index or the degree to which it is light sensitive Colorization : Using digital technology to add color to old movies. Results were unimpressive and it occurred in the 70’s and 80’s Additive Color Systems : First methods in color production by adding color to black and white film stock. Process included hand coloring, stenciling, tinting and toning Subtractive Color System : Process of adding color to film, using 2 or 3 colors, in which unwanted colors are taken away from white light Focusable Spotlight : Light which produces either hard/direct spotlight beam or a more indirect beam Flood Lights : Lights which produce diffuse indirect light with very few to no shadows Reflector Board : A double sided board that pivots in a U-shaped holder. One side is a soft textured surface that provides a softer fill light. The other side is a hard smooth surface that

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