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Transcript of Cinematography
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Cinematography is the art or technique of movie photography, including both the shooting and development of the film.
Rule of Thirds
Over the Shoulder
Close up Shots
Ken Burns Effect
By: Emily Schwab and
A dutch Angle is a picture shot while the camera is tilted a certain way.
For a tilt shot, the camera points at an angle, or looks up or down at the object, instead of looking straight ahead.
The rule of third rule is the breaking down of an image into 3 parts so that you have 9 squares total.
The Ken Burns Effect is a type of panning and zooming effect which is used in video or photography.
Over the Shoulder is a shot taken from third person point of view.The back of the shoulder and head of the person is used to frame the image. This type of shot is common when to characters are having a conversation.
A close up shot is a picture that is taken while you are close to the thing you are taking a picture of.
Panning is when you make a horizontal sweeping motion with your camera to take a series of pictures.
Now you know more about
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Special Effects are the illusions or tricks of the eye used in a film.
A master shot is a film recording of an entire dramatized scene, from start to finish, that keeps all actors in the shot.
A quality of a given color that differs slightly from another color.
A picture taken from a far away distance.
Usually a colored dot, the smallest component of an image.