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Film Studies Full-W

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scene is flooded with shadows and darkness; creates suspense and suspicion low light
The theme song from Jaws would be example of this type of sound non diegetic
the camera lenses move, bringing the audience closer or farther away from the subject zoom
this type of framing shows the subject and his or her surroundings long shot
often used in romantic films; the subject looks slightly fuzzy soft focus
camera moves on its horizontal axis (from side to side) pan
focus switches from something in the foreground to something in the background; think of the branch in the beginning of The Lion King rack
lighting is neither bright or dark; even and the most natural neutral
the object or subject takes up nearly 80% of the screen space close up
the camera moves on its vertical axis, up and down tilt
the most neutral of all shots; it shows the subject from the waist up medium
the camera is below the subject making him or her look more powerful or strong low angle
characters hearing birds on a beach or birds chirping would be an example of this type of sound diegetic
this is the most common and most natural of all angles eye level
the building block of film; it is a single uninterrupted piece of film shot
scene is flooded with light; creates bright and open-looking/feeling high key
the camera physically moves to follow the subject tracking or dolly
type of lighting that makes the subject look evil or dangerous bottom
the camera is above the subject making him or her look smaller or weak high angle
the foreground and background are equally in focus deep focus
where the camera is in relationship to the subject angle
majority of film is shot in this type of framing; this type of lighting and this type of angle medium, neutral and eye level
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