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03 media glossary[1]

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  • 1. Key Moving Media TermsLighting The positioning, and strength of lights, influencing the moodCamera Shots How an image is presented on film, depending on the position of the cameraClose up A shot that focuses clearly on something in detailMedium shot A shot that includes most of a sceneLong shot A shot that gives a distanced pictureWide-angle shot A shot that shows a panoramic viewLow-angle shot A shot that looks up from below and can make something bigger or sinisterHigh-angle shot A shot that looks from above and down on something, often to make it look smallerEditing sequence How shots are cut and spliced togetherPace The speed of a sequence of imagesFade A scene gradually disappearsSound effects Extra sound added in for effect, eg. Smashing glassMusic or soundtrack Used to enhance the mood or reflect the images being shownVoice over Someone speaking over the top of a sequence of images to provide more information

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