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  • PRE PRODUCTION 1 Filmmaking Roles and Camerawork BasicsMS. PIRTLES TECHNOLOGY CLASS SJSJ GRADE 8
  • STAGES OF FILM PRODUCTION Pre Production Production Post Productionhttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Film_Crew.jpg MS. PIRTLES TECHNOLOGY CLASS SJSJ GRADE 8
  • FILMMAKING ROLES Producer- Manages production start to finish Director-Oversees shooting of film Screenwriter-Manages dialog and makes sure events unfold in an interesting way. Production Designer-Approves the storyboarding—**1st thing to be done** Art Director-Responsible for set and props Cinematographer-Chooses lighting and camera shots Music Supervisor-Chooses music, makes sure sound fits the scene and is synchronized properly Editor-organizes and assembles the film MS. PIRTLES TECHNOLOGY CLASS SJSJ GRADE 8
  • PRODUCTION CREWSAmelia, Producer Sabrina, Producer Matt, Producer Logan Shyla Colyn Mollie Dillon Alexis Veronica Kyle D Madison Jaloni Zack SerenaMaxx, Producer Ellie, Producer Jackson, Producer Kyle C Ally Lucas Molly Will Lindsey Laurel Marco Meghan Nicholas Brianna Jacob MS. PIRTLES TECHNOLOGY CLASS SJSJ GRADE 8
  • PRE PRODUCTION TASKS Location scouting Wardrobe and props Schedule Script Storyboarding MS. PIRTLES TECHNOLOGY CLASS SJSJ GRADE 8
  • ORIENTATIONLandscape Po r t r a i tWider than tall Taller than WideMS. PIRTLES TECHNOLOGY CLASS SJSJ GRADE 8 http://www.mymodernmet.com/profiles/blogs/captivating-landscape-shots-by
  • RULE OF THIRDSMS. PIRTLES TECHNOLOGY CLASS SJSJ GRADE 8
  • BASIC CAMERA SHOTS http://www.thewildclassroom.com/wildfilmschool/gettingstarted/camerashots.htmlMS. PIRTLES TECHNOLOGY CLASS SJSJ GRADE 8
  • BASIC SHOT TYPEShttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Bz6kSkOYcfsMS. PIRTLES TECHNOLOGY CLASS SJSJ GRADE 8
  • BASIC SHOT TYPES http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=laU2MI6X48IMS. PIRTLES TECHNOLOGY CLASS SJSJ GRADE 8
  • RULE OF THIRDS Centering your subject is less interesting Divide the frame into thirds, both vertically and horizontally Picture a tic-tac-toe board overlaying your screen. Place your key subject elements along those lines. If close up, align eyes 2/3’s up (along the top “line”) Where the lines intersect will be the best place for your subject. MS. PIRTLES TECHNOLOGY CLASS SJSJ GRADE 8
  • ESTABLISHING SHOTShows where scene is set MS. PIRTLES TECHNOLOGY CLASS SJSJ GRADE 8
  • WIDE SHOT (SOMETIMES CALLED LONG SHOT) Shows subject at a greater distance Gives a feel for the surroundings MS. PIRTLES TECHNOLOGY CLASS SJSJ GRADE 8 http://4.bp.blogspot.com/--4Pli154uAo/TWE8YcIR8RI/AAAAAAAAAAc/VD0TGOZvfVg/s1600/research+3.jpg
  • FULL SHOT Shows the subject fully Head to toe MS. PIRTLES TECHNOLOGY CLASS SJSJ GRADE 8
  • MEDIUM SHOT Focus is on person or subject Above-the-waist height Eliminates distracting background http://i39.tinypic.com/i72b7t.jpg MS. PIRTLES TECHNOLOGY CLASS SJSJ GRADE 8
  • CLOSE SHOT Person’s head or an object fills most of screen http://pautov.viplast.ru/images/gallery/5588.jpg MS. PIRTLES TECHNOLOGY CLASS SJSJ GRADE 8
  • EXTREME CLOSE UP SHOT  Face from chin to forehead or equivalent space  Use to show drama or detailhttp://lefteyeonthemedia.files.wordpress.com/2008/09/obama-tight-head-shot-looking-up-facing-left-731932.jpg http://pautov.viplast.ru/images/gallery/5588.jpg MS. PIRTLES TECHNOLOGY CLASS SJSJ GRADE 8
  • HEAD ROOM HeadroomMS. PIRTLES TECHNOLOGY CLASS SJSJ GRADE 8
  • TWO SHOThttp://www.ehow.com/video_4950152_what-twoshot.htmlMS. PIRTLES TECHNOLOGY CLASS SJSJ GRADE 8
  • FRAMING YOUR SHOTSM S . P I Rhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=_lhoAv0OqVA TLES TECHNOLOGY CLASS SJSJ GRADE 8
  • DUTCH TILThttp://youtu.be/Y-z2lYCk64w M S . P I R T L E S T E C H N O L O http://www.flickr.com/photos/pwilding/4185578473/sizes/m/in/photostream/ GY CLASS SJSJ GRADE 8
  • HEAD ROOMThe space between the top of a persons head and the top of your frame Too Little: Just Right Subject looks “cropped” Emphasizes chin & neck M S . P Ihttp://www.creativehomemovie.com/tag/still-photography/G R A D E 8 RTLES TECHNOLOGY CLASS SJSJ
  • HEAD ROOMThe space between the top of a persons head and the top of your frame Too Much Just Right Subject looks small and awkward Subject appear to be sinking MS. PIRTLES TECHNOLOGY CLASS SJSJ GRADE 8 http://www.creativehomemovie.com/tag/still-photography/
  • TWO SHOTShows relationship between two people http://images.digitalmedianet.com/2007/Week_35/mog4vn6c/story/thumb-two-shot.jpg MS. PIRTLES TECHNOLOGY CLASS SJSJ GRADE 8
  • “OTS” SHOT OVER THE SHOULDER Gives character’s point of view  Show’s character’s shoulder Conversations or side of face Interviews MS. PIRTLES TECHNOLOGY CLASS SJSJ GRADE 8 http://accad.osu.edu/~midori/03_763/cinema/over_shoulder.jpg
  • POINT OF VIEW SHOTS Place the audience in the position of the main character. Objects are shown through the main character’s eyes http://a.vimeocdn.com/images/videoschool/pov_2.jpg Examples: drunk person; horror films Engages your audience http://www.mediacollege.com/video/shots/point-of-view.html MS. PIRTLES TECHNOLOGY CLASS SJSJ GRADE 8
  • DUTCH TILT  Angle is deliberately slanted to one side.  Use for dramatic effect  Helps portray unease, disorientation, fr antic or desperate action, intoxication, mad ness, etchttp://youtu.be/Y-z2lYCk64w M S . P I R T L E S T E C H N O L O http://www.flickr.com/photos/pwilding/4185578473/sizes/m/in/photostream/ GY CLASS SJSJ GRADE 8
  • SOMETIMES YOU MIGHT WANT TO BREAK THE RULES• Extreme close up• Focus on 1 facial feature to show emotion• Use too much headroom to depict smallness of subject• Put subject in middle to show surroundings in extreme long or wide shots MS. PIRTLES TECHNOLOGY CLASS SJSJ GRADE 8
  • ASSESSMENT: SHOW WHAT YOU KNOWLog in to your Technolog y Blog at KidBlog.orgComplete the posted assignment MS. PIRTLES TECHNOLOGY CLASS SJSJ GRADE 8