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Mise en-scene powerpoint

  1. 1. Mise-en-scene Costume: A style or fashion of dress especially that of a particular time, place or class. Wearing a suit represents that he is smart well presented business man.Her ill fitting clothes show that she is a lower class of British society.
  2. 2. Mise-en-scene Lighting: High key: Creates comparatively low contrast between light and dark. Low key :Creates strong contrast between light and dark. . Low key suggests a mysterious situation.
  3. 3. Mise-en-scene Acting: A performance in a film by the use facial expressions, delivery, and body language. . Use of facial expressions presents the dynamics of the scene.
  4. 4. Mise-en-scene Make-up & hair- how appearance can affect someone's perspective of a character. . By using dramatic make up and hair it can convey the seriousness of the scene.
  5. 5. Mise-en-scene Props: moveable objects used in the construction of the mise-en-scene. .Suggests the aggression of the scene.
  6. 6. Mise-en-scene Setting: the surrounding where the action will unfold; usually the stage , including integral design features. . This image suggest that it is in a isolated, mysterious area.
  7. 7. Cinematography Close up: A framing in which the scale of the object shown is relatively large; most commonly a person’s head seen from the neck up, or an object of a comparable size that films most of the screen. Close ups are good to show an emotion or reaction.
  8. 8. Cinematography Long shot:a framing in which the scale of the object shown is small, a standing figure would appear nearly the height of the screen. Long shot allows us to the full image of a character.
  9. 9. Cinematography High Angle: The position of the fame in relation to the subject shows it above it, looking down. High angle suggests that we are looking down on the character to show they have little authority.
  10. 10. Cinematography Establishing Shot: a shot usually involving a distant framing that shows that spatial relations among the important figures, objects and setting in a scene. Allows audience to see where the scene is set
  11. 11. Cinematography Tracking shot: a mobile framing that travels through space forward, backward or laterally.
  12. 12. Cinematography Depth of field: describes the distance behind and in front of a focus point that appears sharp in a photography or film Allows us to focus on the most important part of the image.

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