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  • 1. Filming Techniques Carolle Mafuta-Nkalu Ina Bayson Ramina Arlauskaite Sinead Sylvester Ina Carolle Ramina Sinead
  • 2. What is Reverse Shots
    • The camera views the actions of the characters from the opposite side.
    • In a conversation:
      • The camera is looking from one actor to the other
  • 3. Reverse Shots http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4gIdceyd1L8
  • 4. Why do you need to use this in a filming conversation?
    • To get the feeling of the conversation
      • Responding
      • Questions and Answers
      • Show facial expressions and reactions
  • 5. What is Match on Action
    • A cut that connect two different shots.
    • An edit takes place in the middle of an action.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u-atzCJ9D9I
  • 6. Why do you need to use this in a filming conversation?
    • It helps the audience to understand what is happening on the scene.
    • Gives the impression of continuous time.
  • 7. 180 Degree
  • 8. What is 180 degree rule
    • The 180° rule is a basic guideline in film making that states that two characters (or other elements) in the same scene should always have the same left/right relationship to each other.
  • 9. Sport Rugby Tennis Conversation
  • 10. Breaking 180degree rule Wrong position for camera
  • 11. In the example of a dialogue, if Owen blond hair in the diagram) is on the left and Bob (pink hair) is on the right, then Owen should be facing right at all times, even when Bob is off the edge of the frame, and The line in the middle breaks 360 degree to 180 degree
  • 12. Why 180 degree rule is use in filming conversation?
    • To show that the characters are equally connected.
    • So that one character should always face the right and the other face the left so that it does not confuse the audience
  • 13. Good Preliminary Task and why
    • Different shots/angles
    • Music
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hy3nCWdDaYg
  • 14. Bad Preliminary Task and why
    • The camera
    • - Too jumpy it should be always be still
    • The walk is too long
    • - Could have cut some and added different shots
    • Not enough angle shot used
    • - This will be bored for the audience
    • Cut
    • -Too jumpy
    • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1P3DnRr0Xfk
    • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1P3DnRr0Xfk
  • 15. Basic description of a preliminary task
    • Use 2 of your members
    • Use at least one prop
  • 16. Script of your preliminary task
  • 17. Storyboard for your preliminary task
    • Script captures every shot and angle