Presentation on theme: "Jot down the terminology on: Camera angle Camera movement Editing Sound And mise-en-scene 0pSo&safe=active."— Presentation transcript:
Jot down the terminology on: Camera angle Camera movement Editing Sound And mise-en-scene http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wCs9THK 0pSo&safe=active http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wCs9THK 0pSo&safe=active
Think about when and why the camera moves rather than keeping the shot still – why might this happen? For all these shots the camera moves on the spot, except for tracking, crab and peds where the camera man or equipment has to physically move
Cutting rate. This relates to speed – how quickly or slowly do shots cut to the next one – why does this matter? Fade, dissolve (mix). Both fades and dissolves are gradual transitions between shots. In a fade the picture gradually appears from (fades in) or disappears to (fades out) a blank screen. A dissolve (or mix) involves fading out one picture while fading up another on top of it.
Which music is used and why? Which sound effects are used and why? Diegetic sound is picked up by the camera – i.e. Dialogue Non-diegetic sound is put on in post-production i.e. afterwards in the editing stages.
This means ‘what is in the scene’? For this analyse the following things: Costume and props if relevant – analyse the connotations now of Darth Vadar’s costume. Think about colour in the scene and lighting – why might this make a difference to the action or mood? How does location relate to the scene’s content?
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BD0uP25 yxl8 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BD0uP25 yxl8 How are graphics, colour and movement used for effect here?