To take a picture with a camera at a certain angle.
a portable video camera and recorder
Prepare for publication by correcting considering or otherwise modifying it.
Tripod- a three legged stand made to set a video camera on
Work done on a product, especially a film or broadcast program, before full-scale production begins.
he process of financial and administrative management involved in making a movie, play, or record.
work done on a film or recording after filming or
recording has taken place.
Basically a recording
The opening of somethin g 10. Auto exposure-
A device that sets the exposure automatically on a camera or other piece of equipment.
An automatic focus on a object in the picture of a camera
A hinged metal flap fitted to control the direction and intensity of it’s beem
A telescoping arm for a camera or microphone
A small microphone hung around the neck of the us er 15. Camera Dolly-
A s pecialised piece of filmmaking and television production equipment designed to create smooth c amera movements
A c utaway shot is the interruption of a continuously filmed action by inserting a view of something else. It is usually, although not always, followed by a cut back to the first s hot , when the cutaway avoids a jump cut.
(of a movie, a television or radio program, or photography) using pictures or interviews with people involved in real events to provide a factual record or report.
18. Extreme Wide Shot- A
shot so far away from someone that you can barely see them.
19. Close Up-
A close shot or video of someone or something
The lighting of a production sho
21. Head Room-
Between the depths of the subjects head and the top of the frame 22. Two Shot-
When a frame encompasses the view of two people
23. One Shot- W
hen the frame encompasses the view of one person
Space where dramatic energy is directe d 25. Composition-
How the elements of an image are arranged
When you have a camera on a tripod and you turn it with the shot being straigh
Aiming the camera at a different angle.
A device that mounts to the front of the camera…