ACT 14. FILMMAKING VOCABULARY 3/6.
Bellow you can read a list of words related to the filmmaking.
ACT 14. VOCABULARI SOBRE FILMACIÓ 3/6.
A continuació podeu llegir una àmplia llista de termes relacionats amb la filmació.
||the process or technique of combining shots filmed in a studio with background footage shot elsewhere.
| Final cut
||the last edited version of a film as it will be released.
||the process of selecting, assembling, arranging, collating, trimming, structuring, and splicing-joining together many separate camera takes of exposed footage into a complete, determined sequence of shots.
| Flash shot
||Pla de flaix
||Plano de flash
||a single clear frame inserted between two shots, giving the appearance of a flash of white when viewed, and for the intention of producing a shock or sudden dramatic effect.
||Plano de establecimiento
||usually a long (wide-angle or full) shot at the beginning of a scene that is intended to show things from a distance and to inform the audience about the locale or time for the action that follows.
||refers to a moving shot in which the perspective of the subject and background is changed; the shot is taken from a camera that is mounted on a hydraulically-powered wheeled camera platform, pushed on rails and moved smoothly and noiselessly.
||a gradual change in the intensity of an image or sound, such as from a normally-lit scene to darkness (fade out, fade-to-black) or vice versa, from complete black to full exposure (fade in), or from silence to sound or vice versa.
||refers to the degree of sharpness or distinctness of an image.
| Dutch tilt
||a shot made with the camera leaned to one side and filming at a diagonal angle.
| Following shot
|| Plano siguiente
||a cut between two shots that creates the illusion of the character (in the 1st shot) looking at an object (in the 2nd shot).
||the smallest compositional unit of a film’s structure.
| Eyeline match
||a shot with framing that shifts to follow and keep a moving figure or subject on screen.
||refers to the way a shot is composed, and the manner in which subjects are framed by the boundaries of the film
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