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Composition

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Lisa Guiseppe

on 18 February 2016

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Transcript of Composition

Composition
& Camera Movement

FONTS
Establishing Shot
Audience is engaged with subject
3/4 View Close Up
Audience is less involved with subject
High Angle
Birds Eye
Used to make people look weaker and less powerful
also shows relationship of subject to an object or person
Low Angle
Worms Eye
Used to make people appear larger and more important
Location
Straight Ahead
Side View
Audience is just an observer
Back View
Audience is from the POV of another character /
Character is ignoring audience or another character
Canted Angle
ECU
Extreme Close Up
BCU
Big Close Up
CU
Close Up
Rule of Thirds
Camera is tilted to one side, reasons for this including danger aspects.
MCU
Medium Close Up
MS
Medium Shot
MLS
Medium Long Shot
LS
Long Shot
VLS
Very Long Shot
XLS
Extreme Long Shot
Over the Shoulder
Two Shot
Audience sees interaction between 2 characters
Camera Movement: Static
Camera doesn't move - subject moves
Camera Movement: Tracking
Camera moves with subject
Camera Movement: Zoom
Lens moves to follow subject
Camera Movement: 180 Degree Rule
Lighting:
WINDOW
Lighting:
TUNGSTEN/LOW SUN
Lighting:
FLUORESCENT
Lighting:
Day
Lighting:
Shade & Dapple
Lighting:
Backlit/Rim
Lighting:
Key & Fill
Lighting:
High Contrast
Lighting:
Low Contrast (High Key)
Color Grading: Saturated
Color Grading: Black & White
Color Grading: Monochromatic
Color Grading: Warm
Color Grading: Cool
Color Grading: Exposure
Over Exposed
Under Exposed
Perfect
If image is too blue.. add orange filter
if image is too orange, add blue filter
Grain
ISO - 100 200 400 600 800 1200 1600 3200
12 Camera Techiques:
Rack Focus
12 Camera Techiques:
Insider
12 Camera Techiques:
Point of View (POV)
12 Camera Techiques:
Ground Walk Over
12 Camera Techiques:
Walk Out of Frame
12 Camera Techiques:
Up the Body
12 Camera Techiques:
Foreground Framing
12 Camera Techniques:
Door Framing
12 Camera Techiques:
Window Framing
12 Camera Techiques:
Pedestal Shot
12 Camera Techiques:
Frisbee Shot
12 Camera Techiques:
Reflection Shot
5 Basic Camera Positions:
Overhead
5 Basic Camera Positions:
Shoulder
5 Basic Camera Positions:
Waist
5 Basic Camera Positions:
Knee
5 Basic Camera Positions:
Ground
WALLDO: Wide
WALLDO: Angle
WALLDO: Low
WALLDO: Linking
WALLDO: Depth
WALLDO: Opposite or Over the Shoulder
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