The Camera, the Tripod & the Wardrobe

The technique which most fascinated me in MEDA101 this semester (and which I subsequently decided to focus my final piece on) was continuity editing. I used various shots to narrate Olivia’s movements. A scene from the film The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe (2005) had resonated with me for some time. When I viewed it more recently, I noticed the cleverness of the continuity edits and thus decided to replicate that scene for my project.

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Cinematography

Cinematography is the union of art and technology. Its techniques and practices cannot be judged alone. Effective cinematography is that which works for the film and its context. Roles on a film set which integrate to create cinematography include the screenwriter, ¬†director, actors and producer above the line. Below the line, important roles include that […]

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Confessions of a Micro-Manager #soznotsoz

¬†Micro-Manager: “a boss or manager who gives excessive supervision to employees” You know those moments you freak out over things on the internet, that scary new disease (that’s pretty much a scam) whose symptoms you share, or you read ‘Ten Signs you’re a bad friend’ and you tick off eight boxes and you feel the […]

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