Final Study Guide Essay

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Chapter 11 Visualization Storyboard- Three ways of looking Field of View Visualization – thinking in pictures or more precisely in individual shots or brief sequences and also it means thinking about the sounds that go with your video production or film. Deductive – moving from the general to the specific. You start with a wide establishing shot and move progressively tighter into the event detail. This approach is especially well suited to the large motion picture screen with its sweeping horizontal expanse. Inductive – You go from details of the event to a general overview. We select significant details that are characteristics of a whole event and present them as a series of close-ups. This visualization and sequencing is especially well suited to the small video screen. 4 aspects of POV- Looking up and down: Camera Angles: Angles for Continuity, Angles for multiple view points, for event intensification, for setting style. Chapter 12 Photographers have depicted movement Photographers have also used multiples exposures, slow shutter speeds to depict time. Types of time: Objective: what an accurate clock reports. It is measured by observable change – some regularly recurring physical phenomenon Subjective: “felt time” regardless of what the clock says, you may experience an activity or event as being short or long. Vector Magnitude of Subjective time: Event density – Event Intensity – Experience Intensity/Involvement – Biological Time – a type of subjective time that operates quantitatively and we get a sense from natural indicators. Time Edited Film – can change the order of events, can alter past, present, future time progression. Events in films can be reordered and altered through flashbacks. Flashbacks can even stop the progression in time. Flash forward break time progression and propel us into the future. Chapter 13 Frame

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