Assignment 5 preliminary presentation (draft 1)


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Assignment 5 preliminary presentation (draft 1)

  1. 1. Paula, Mickella andCeriseDraft 1
  2. 2. Brainstorming and rough ideas Include any brainstorming and rough ideas your group came up with. Dramatic Ideas Mother and Secret Daughter waiting to conversation be told
  3. 3. 180 degree rule What is 180 degree rule?180° rule is a basic guideline in film making that states that two characters (or other elements) in the same scene should always have the same left/right relationship to each other. If the camera passes over the imaginary axis connecting the two subjects, it is called crossing the line. The new shot, from the opposite side, is known as a reverse angle. How will you consider this in your planning? You may show still shots and label them to describe what the 180 degree rule is.
  4. 4. Match on action What is this?Match on action refers to a film editing technique where the editor cuts from one shot to another view that matches the first shots action.Although the two shots may have actually been shot hours apart from each other, cutting on action gives the impression of continuous time when watching the edited film. How will you consider this in your planning? You may show still shots and label them to describe what the match on action is.
  5. 5. Camera Shots and angles establishin close up extreme 2 shot over the g shot close up shoulder shotVisualWhat is it scene by To show the To focus on Show that it’sused for showing emotion of a particular a To focusand why? the the area of the conversation on 1 relationshi character’s face e.g. character p between face eye its important figures and objects
  6. 6.  A basic rule that means that two characters should always have the same left and right relationship to each other. When a camera crosses the ‘axis’ connecting two subjects it is called ‘crossing the line’. The new shot is called the reverse angle.
  7. 7.  This technique is used to give the viewer the illusion of one single movement across two separate shots. For example, if you filmed someone throwing a ball, you would show a mid-shot showing the whole of the persons upper body and the persons arm begin to move. The next shot would be from a different angle, but would continue to show the ball being released from the persons arm. It is very important that the person is throwing the ball at the same speed in both shots so that the action looks fluid. This technique is often very difficult to master, because it requires both camera shots and editing to match perfectly
  8. 8. establishing close up extreme 2 shot over the shot close up shoulder shotVisual An establishing shows a shows only a A Two shot is a type of In film, a shotWhat is shot is usually the characters part of a shot employed in the film industry in which that gives us a first shot of a new face and characters face. the frame charactersit used scene, designed to show the audience shoulders. It is It fills the screen encompasses a view of two people (the point of view close enough with the details but thatfor and where the action is taking place. to show of a subject subjects). The subjects do not have to be next includes part subtle facial to each other, and of thatwhy? expressions there are many common two-shots characters clearly. which have one shoulder or subject in the the side of the foreground and the other subject in the head in the background. shot.
  9. 9. Overhead Plan
  10. 10. Script draft 1