Reference no: EM13856516
1. Define these 5 terms with regard to camera or lens movement
2. Which of the following camera locks are LOCKED when the camera is correctly put away after shooting. Circle all that apply:
3. Describe the proper way for a camera operator to find focus.
4. Which above the line (ATL) role is primarily responsible for supervising camera operator's shot compositions?
5. Which above the line (ATL) role is responsible for programing slate, credits, and any still images to the switcher?
6. If a camera operator has a concern BEFORE the shoot with whom should they speak?
7. If a camera operator has a concern DURING the shoot with whom should they speak?
8. List 2 of the floor director's (FD) responsibilities DURING THE SHOOT
9. List 2 of the audio controller's (AC) responsibilities BEFORE THE SHOOT
10. List 2 of the director's responsibilities BEFORE THE SHOOT
11. List 2 of the director's responsibilities DURING THE SHOOT
12. Define the term FALLOFF with regard to photographic lighting.
13. Explain the difference between flat and chiaroscuro lighting with regard to falloff.
14. Which of the styles of lighting discussed above (flat/chiaroscuro) is more typical in live on tape television? Explain why this style of lighting is preferred by LOT producers.
15. Name the three positions in the lighting triangle.
16. What are 3 ways to control the brightness of a light?
17. Properly diagram from a bird's eye view (or "overhead") triangle (or "3-point") lighting of a 2 person, 3 camera shoot. Be sure to show position and orientation of cameras and talent, and label cameras 1-3 in the correct order. Each light must be labeled to indicate which position in the triangle it represents and which camera it is lighting for. Indicate if any lights are doing "double-duty" by labeling them with both of their positions and cameras.
FRAMING AND COMPOSITION
18. Define each term and give one example for each term.
1) graphic vectors
2) index vectors
3) motion vectors
19. What are some possible applications of vectors for the Ark In Space scenes? Describe one way you either used or could have use a vector to add dynamism to a shot. Comment on the type of vector, how it will be produced, its magnitude, and how it will interact with other vectors. Be sure to use course vocabulary.
20. Define nose room, head room and lead room. You may use illustrations, but please include a verbal description as well.
1) nose room
2) head room
3) lead room
21. Draw a well composed thumbnail to represent each of the shots described below with reference to the floorplan we used for the Lebowski exercise, with Dude on camera left and Lebowski on camera right. Be sure to show the talent's orientation and properly frame the shots.
1) Camera 2 MS Dude and Lebowski
2) Camera 1 OTS CU Lebowski
3) Camera 3 XCU The Dude.