Monday, 4 January 2010


match on action

match on action is a type of cut that emphasizes continuity and a certain action in contrast to a straight cut. match on action is a type of invisible editing. it helps create 'reality effect'. the match cut is a contrast with cross-cutting between actions in two different locations that are occurring simultaneously or parallel editing, it links one angle of the action to another continuously.

shot reverse shot with over the shoulder shot.
shot reverse shot is filmed usually during a conversation, it is used as a form of editing known as continuity. it is usually done by filming an over the shoulder shot of one character and then switching to an over the shoulder shot of the other character to create the ........

establishing shot
an establishing shot is usually a mid shot used to portray the scene location and the props. It is used to give the audience a good idea of what is happening in the scene.

close up shot
a close up shot is used to invite the audience to become personally closer with the character or object.

long shot
a long shot is also known as a full shot or a wide shot. it's used to show the entire object or human figure and is usually intended to place it in some relation to its surroundings.

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