G322a tv drama_terms

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G322a tv drama_terms

  1. 1. G322A: TV Drama Learn these terms or live with regret. Mise-en-scene Sound  Lighting (key/ fill/ backlight; ambient/ naturalistic/  diegetic/ non-diegetic; artificial/ low keyl; chiaroscuro; accent light/ spot  Dialogue; light)  Voiceover;  colour,  Incidental music;  location,  Ambient sound;  setting,  Themes and stings;  studio,  Soundtrack;  set design,  synchronous and asynchronous;  props,  Sound effects;  costume  sound motif;  make-up  sound bridge;  mode of address/direct address;  sound mixing;  sound perspective Editing techniques Transitions  Eye line match;  fade in/ out;  Pace;  cuts;  Cross cutting;  wipes;  Graphic and action matching;  dissolve;  180degree rule;  superimposition;  parallel editing,  long take;  cutaway;  short take;  insert  slow motion;  ellipsis and expansion of time;  post-production;  visual effects Camera angles Shot types  Low; High; Eye Level;  Master Shot;  Bird’s eye; Worm’s eye;  Close up Shot;  Tilt/ Canted angle;  Mid Shot;  Long Shot;  Aerial shot;  Point of View Shot;  Wide Shot;  Two Shot;  Over the Shoulder Shot Composition (Cinematography) Camera Movement  Framing;  Pan;  Rule of thirds;  Track;  Use of diagonals;  Tilt;  Deep and shallow focus;  Dolly  Focus pulls;  Crane;  Depth of field  Steadicam;  Handheld Zoom/reverse zoom

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