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CINEMATOGRAFIE Kleur Slow/fast-motion Depth of field Framing Mobiele framing/camerabewegingen Duur van een take
KLEUR Filters Exposure
SLOW/FAST-MOTION Slow-motion: veel frames per seconde -Y -Y Fast-motion/timelapse: weinig frames per seconde 2gAQ 2gAQ
DEPTH OF FIELD Focus Deep focus Rack focus:
FRAMING Hoek Level Afstand
HOEK Gewoon standpunt = ooghoogte Laag standpunt = kikkerperspectief Hoog standpunt = vogelperspectief
LEVEL Normaal: waterpas Canted framing: gekanteld, scheef beeld
AFSTAND Extreme long shot Long shot Medium long shot Medium shot Medium close-up Close-up Extreme close-up
EXTREME LONG SHOT
MEDIUM LONG SHOT
POINT-OF-VIEW-SHOT Shot vanuit het perspectief van een personage in de film no no
MOBIELE FRAMING/CAMERABEWEGINGEN Pan Tilt Tracking/dolly shot Dolly zoom: Crane shot
DUUR VAN EEN TAKE Long take:
KIJKOPDRACHT LFrA LFrA ps ps
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