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Still Images Analysis Slide Show
Still Images Analysis Slide Show
Still Images Analysis Slide Show
Still Images Analysis Slide Show
Still Images Analysis Slide Show
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Still Images Analysis Slide Show

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  • 1. MARIKA GODWIN-NDAYA
  • 2.
    • This is a medium long shot. Camera angle lined up straight in order for subject to appear in the middle of the shot. Straight angle interprets rule of thirds by placing subject in the middle and its surroundings at the right and left sides of the frame. This angle was chosen by my group to show that the subject is alone in the frame. The frame and angle allow this thought by showing the background/setting to the left and right side of the frame. This shot is effective in conveying the story because the subject is looking down at the floor and not up at the camera, subject looks vulnerable and lonely which interprets a real life like story line .
  • 3.
    • This is also a medium long shot. Camera angle is also lined up in the middle however variation is used in this shot. For example the rule of thirds has been applied in shot. Subject is not standing straight but is holding the bar in a slanted position in order to take up two thirds of the frame. Therefore leaving the left third with space to show shallow long hallway background. To suggest that subject has been walking along the corridor. This shot was chosen by my group to build up the story line using two medium long shots of two separate characters to suggest possible link between the two. In this sense this shot was effective in conveying our storyline.
  • 4.
    • This is also another MLS. The camera angle is a low angle shot which compliments and provides height for subject. This also allows subject to be in a power position. Subject's arm is on left side again to imply a continuous movement from shot before this one. Subject is also looking ahead to signify that they are looking at something or someone.
    • My group chose this angle to conduct and show plan/future of storyline. This shot is effective because it allows the viewer to predict and make assumptions of the next shot.
  • 5.
    • This is a high angle shot however is also representing the 2 nd subjects point of view. This is portrayed by subject looking up, showing that they are no longer alone and that they are now looking at someone ahead of them. Subject takes up most of thirds in the frame which makes known they are focus in the frame and first thing the viewers look at. This angle was chosen by my group to confirm link between both subjects in the storyline. This helps the storyline by placing both subjects in story line and therefore opening up to a variation for next shots. Also it allows next shots to keep its audience interested. Therefore the storyline is not boring.
  • 6.
    • This is an over the shoulder shot. This shot provides the audience with a thought of conversation between the two subjects. Background shown in frame to display where subject 2(rochelle) has come from. Dark light is in the background however light on the two subjects portrays focus on them from audiences 1 st view. We chose this shot to help develop our storyline and connection between the two which makes this shot effective in the storyline.
  • 7.
    • This is also a over the shoulder shot. This shot allows us to see subject 1 and allows us to use rule of thirds to adjust shot by showing part of the next shot. For example the door to the right of the frame is the door that will be used in the next shot. However door is in darker lighting than subjects so the audiences eye will not be drawn to the door at first hand neither take it in as a clue given for the next shot. This shot is effective in conveying the storyline because it shows both subjects in conversation and provides slight information on the next shot.
  • 8.
    • This is a two shot. This shot permits us to effectively use the rule of thirds by place the to subjects separately to the right and left side of the frame and letting the classroom be portrayed in the frame. Therefore only allowing the viewer to see the focus on 1 st sight. We chose this shot because it shows our audience what we want them to see and allows the classroom not the subjects to be the focus in the frame. This shot is effective in conveying the storyline because it allows the storyline to be fun and creative and not boring.
  • 9.
    • This is also a two shot. This shot lets the two subjects both fill up the frame and both be the focus of the frame because the rule of thirds is shared out equally between both of them. My group chose this shot because it presents the facial expressions and emotions of both subjects. Which shows confusion of empty classroom. This shot is effective in the storyline because it shows a fun side to the storyline and creates dramatic twist on the storyline.
  • 10.
    • This last shot is also a two shot. This shot executes the rule of thirds by using the two subjects and the door and splitting them equally in the thirds. This shot was chosen because it shows the quick departure and movement of the subjects and also adds rhythm and some tempo to the end of the storyline. This shot is effective in conveying the story line because it shows the end of the storyline by one subject closing the door and the camera being in the interior and not the exterior of the classroom.

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