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Film group presentation1
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Film group presentation1
Film group presentation1
Film group presentation1
Film group presentation1
Film group presentation1
Film group presentation1
Film group presentation1
Film group presentation1
Film group presentation1
Film group presentation1
Film group presentation1
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  • 1. Final Team Project“The Ghostly Train”
    By: Melissa, Ken, Andrea, John, and Eric
  • 2. Key Points:
    During the video you will notice the photographic principle also known as triangle lighting in the different shots. Some having some high and low key lighting. The images range from screen shots to midground shots, background shots, and even scenery shots. The photos give an overview of the past and present in which the story takes place. We tried to create chiaroscuro lighting in some of the railroad shots since the story is a gloomy one.
  • 3. Key Points Cont.
    We did create some close up shots or what is known as deductive visual approach. There is even some inductive visual approaches which means you go from details of the event to a general overview. We started with the deductive visual approach which means moving from the general to the specific. You see this in the first shot of the railroad tracks looking into the sunrise.

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