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Identity Powerpoint 1

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  • 1. In your sketchbook draw this Digital Video (DV) camera and label
    Camera Body
    Viewfinder
    The Lens
    Microphone
    Function Buttons :
    Record
    Pause
    Fast Forward
    Rewind
    Effects
    Fire-wire port
    To connect camera to PC/Mac
    LCD Viewing Screen
  • 2. Homework
    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
    Viewfinder
    Genre
    Mise-en-scene
    Boom Microphone
    Cinematography
    Animation
    Editing
    Trilogy
    Dolly Shot
    Diegetic Sound
  • 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:
    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.
    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.
    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.
    An extreme close up is used to show an important detail, object, gesture or moment of contact between characters.
    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.
    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.