Identity Powerpoint 1

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Identity Powerpoint 1

  1. 1. In your sketchbook draw this Digital Video (DV) camera and label<br />Camera Body<br />Viewfinder<br />The Lens<br />Microphone<br />Function Buttons :<br />Record<br />Pause<br />Fast Forward<br />Rewind<br />Effects<br />Fire-wire port <br />To connect camera to PC/Mac<br />LCD Viewing Screen<br />
  2. 2. Homework <br />For homework learn the spellings for the following words and find out what they mean. Write the definitions for each word in your sketch book and illustrate if you want <br />Viewfinder<br />Genre<br />Mise-en-scene<br />Boom Microphone<br />Cinematography<br />Animation<br />Editing<br />Trilogy<br />Dolly Shot<br />Diegetic Sound<br />
  3. 3. Read the following definitions of different ‘shot’ types we use when we make a film. There are 6 definitions. Copy each definition and next to it in a box, draw the shot in your sketchbook:<br />Extreme long shot is used for views of landscapes or buildings. It might also be the point of view of a character looking out over a landscape.<br />A medium/mid- shotshows a character from the waist upwards. The audience will be able to see his/her reactions but the background is also important.<br />A close upis a shot of a person’s head and shoulders. Not much, if any, background detail appears in the frame. This shot is uses to catch a character’s emotional response to something or show him/her in thought.<br />An extreme close up is used to show an important detail, object, gesture or moment of contact between characters.<br />A high angle shot is used to communicate the idea that someone is being watched from above or is alone. It usually (but not always) makes characters seem less important.<br />A low angle shot makes someone seem larger than life or dominant, or to suggest we are seeing someone through the eyes of someone seated or a small – a child looking up to an adult.<br />

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