Camera WorkCamera Work
• Interviewee's appear on
either the left or right hand
side of the camera/frame
and alternate betw...
GraphicsGraphics
• Graphics appear in the
bottom left or right hand
side of the frame, they give
the name of the
Interview...
Mise-en-scene
• The background is kept
relevant to the topic or
interviewee as it reinforces
the context by having
images ...
Mise-en-scene
• The clothing is kept
casual to stay
relevant to the topic of
‘Jaws’.
• The lighting is lit from
the front;...
EditingEditing
• Relevant cut aways are
what are put into the
interviews to break up the
interview to create a
smoother fl...
EditingEditing
• Relevant cut aways are
what are put into the
interviews to break up the
interview to create a
smoother fl...
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Jaws interview analysis

  1. 1. Camera WorkCamera Work • Interviewee's appear on either the left or right hand side of the camera/frame and alternate between shots and the interviewee doesn't look directly at the camera lens as he/she would look at the interviewer off camera. • In the interviews various shots are used including: medium, medium close ups and close up shots are used.
  2. 2. GraphicsGraphics • Graphics appear in the bottom left or right hand side of the frame, they give the name of the Interviewee and their relation to the topic to anchor the meaning of the interview. The typography used connotes the topic that is been talked about, e.g. the colour blue reflects the topic of the ocean.
  3. 3. Mise-en-scene • The background is kept relevant to the topic or interviewee as it reinforces the context by having images from ‘Jaws’ behind the interviewee’s.
  4. 4. Mise-en-scene • The clothing is kept casual to stay relevant to the topic of ‘Jaws’. • The lighting is lit from the front; it creates a water effect which connotes the theme of ‘Jaws’.
  5. 5. EditingEditing • Relevant cut aways are what are put into the interviews to break up the interview to create a smoother flow with relevant illustrations and what is shown is always suggested by what has been said. • Jump Cuts are used to cut away from the interview and cover any breaks in the interview.
  6. 6. EditingEditing • Relevant cut aways are what are put into the interviews to break up the interview to create a smoother flow with relevant illustrations and what is shown is always suggested by what has been said. • Jump Cuts are used to cut away from the interview and cover any breaks in the interview.

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