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  • By Nadia
  • MISE-EN-SOUND LIGHTING SCENE MEDIA LANGUAGECAMERA CAMERA CAMERASHOTS MOVEMENT ANGLES
  • LightingIn media, lighting is used to help create a mood in the scene and there aredifferent example of this:• High key lighting: The scene is brightly lit and filler lights are used on characters (commonly used in rom-com, sci-fi)• Low key lighting: Only uses one fill light and creates shadows (commonly used in film noirs and horrors)
  • SoundIn media, sound is used to help compliment a scene with lighting to helpcreate a mood examples of sound are:• Diegetic sound: is any sound presented as originated from source within the films world• Non-diegetic sound: is represented as coming from the a source outside story space• http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kRj-S8Aklcw What kind of sound is used in this family guy extract?
  • Mise-en-sceneMise-en-scene is just basically what makes the scene and there are fiveelements to it which are:• Setting• Costume/props• Facial expression• Lighting• Positioning of characters• http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lich59xsjik Can anyone describe the mise-en-scene in this scene of family guy?
  • Camera Shots• Long shot• Establishing shot• Mid shot• Close up• Extreme close up• Over the shoulder shot
  • Camera Movement• Panning: Moving from side to side• Tilting: Moving up and down• Craning: Lifting up and down from a high level• Zooming: Zooming in and out• Tracking: Moving along
  • Camera Angles• Low angle• High angle• Eye level• Bird’s eye view• Canted angle