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Visual Media Quiz 1

A quiz on basic camera shots

TermDefinition
In-point First frame of a new material
Out-point Last frame of the last material
Frame A single still picture
Fade In Where a picture starts in a black color
Fade Out Opposite of a fade in
Jump Cut An editing element where the incoming shot is too similar/different than the outgoing shot
Action Line Imaginary line that separates the camera and the action
Head Room Positioning subjects away from the frame edge toward which they are going
3 Shooting Musts *Always use a tripod *Avoid backlighting *Always take more footage than you need
Explain what the Rule of 3rd is Tic-tac-toe; Allows components to be aligned with the lines
Establishing Shot Establishes location of the scene
4 Rules of Editing *Continuity *Performance *Emphasis *Pace
Created by: termini