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Techniques Of Perspective
Transcript of Techniques Of Perspective
when an actor speaks to the audience, it intertwines the realities of the story with the viewer's lives. Point of view Voyeur Dark Voyeur an area of the screen is blocked out to make the viewer feel as if part of their vision is being reduced. Vignette
Mask screens are objects that act as filters for a scene. screens are useful tools when trying to set the mood of the scene. Screen We see the reflection of an image as opposed to how it truly appears. Reflection Shadow Silhouette A Portal is a way of looking at reality as it is filtered through some kind of device Shadow A Shadow is a unique representation of reality, which can help a filmmaker who wants to show a scene's action indirectly.
When this is done, the camera becomes a part of that character's subjective experience. When the character moves, the camera moves with him. A Silhouette is created by placing film characters against very strong backlighting
The characters' features and expressions become darkened or even completely black. Subjective The Subjective technique involves strapping or connecting a camera to an actor's body.
When this is done, the camera becomes a part of that character's subjective experience. When the character moves, the camera moves with him. Fin Inventory Point of View pov and projectile pov Voyeur techniques make the viewer feel like they are spying on the story being told rather than simply experiencing the story through the characters. Voyeur techniques make the viewer feel like they are spying on the story being told rather than simply experiencing the story through the characters. Mike Cassidy
James Swartz similar to a vignette but will have less shape or form