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1. Camera shot
A camera shot is the amount of space that

is seen in one shot or frame. A close-up contains
just one character's face. This enables viewers

to understand the actor's emotions and also
allows them to feel empathy for the character.

This is also known as a personal shot.
An extreme long shot contains a large amount
of landscape. It is often used at the beginning

of a scene or a film to establish general
location like the setting. This is also known as

an establishing shot.
2. Camera angles: high angle
Camera angles are used to position the viewer

so that they can understand the relationships
between the characters.

A high angle is a camera angle that looks
down upon a subject. A character shot with

a high angle will look vulnerable or small.
3. Camera angles: low angle
This is the opposite of a high angle and makes
a character look more powerful. This can make

the audience feel vulnerable and small by
looking up at the character. We feel sorry

for LAZA here because she seems to have gotten
in trouble with something!

4. Lighting
Lighting creates atmosphere.

What kind of atmosphere is created in a room
lit by candles? Feels more calm and serene, even more romantic.

A dark or shadowy room might be eerie or scary.
5. Mise en Scene
“Mise en scene” literally translates from

french to 'put in scene' and refers to all
the objects and characters in a particular

frame. More specifically, it refers to the
composition of the frame. When you use the

term mise en scene, you are discussing where
the composer or director has placed all the

elements of the scene within the frame.
In this scene we can see how frazzled LAZA
is - the watch,

the great number books, and the hair shows
that she's probably in a rush or stressed!

6. Sound: Diegetic sound is sound that occurs
in film that is natural. These sounds include

doors opening and closing,
and footsteps.
Basically anything that is a naturally occuring
sound INSIDE the film is diegetic sound. Imagine

that the film is real. If you could hear that
sound in real life, it is diegetic.

7. Sound: Non-Diegetic sound is sound that
is added to the film during editing. These

music that sets mood for films
Any sound that would not occur if the film
were real is non-diegetic sound. For example,

when you are sad, violins do not suddenly
start playing! Sound again, adds further meaning.

8. Editing
This occurs when one scene slowly fades into

another. This is often done to show the link
between two scenes or the passing of time.

For example, we have Laza prancing around in the park here
and the dissolve shows that she's now sleeping
so some time has probably passed and we've taken out the boring stuff
like when she walks home.
There are a variety of wipes. Wipes are used

as transitional techniques between scenes.
The following are examples of wipes. Pay close

attention to how these wipes link scenes and
therefore help to shape meaning.

You can see here that Laza is on the couch
Laza is brushing her teeth
Laza's studying, which gives you a better idea of what her days are like.
9. Camera movement
Panning is used to give the viewer a panoramic
view of a set or setting. This can be used

to establish a scene.
For example, it's quite clear here that this is some sort of park
that Laza has been prancing in.
10. Special Effects
Special effects are used when a sequence or

scene in a film cannot be achieved through
the usual techniques.

Here we have kaleidoscope. Kaleidoscope is often used for confusion,
or, a different mental state than normal

And these are just a few of the essential film techniques you need to know in order to start studying a film! Good luck!
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教給學生的電影技巧 (Film techniques for students)

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Pedroli Li 發佈於 2019 年 1 月 29 日
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