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A one-shot film is either filmed in a single take or shot and edited to look like it was.
Filming can’t proceed until the little white-and-black board has been snapped shut in front of the camera.
What does “Action” really mean? Who is it intended for? And is it the director who actually says it?
A digital imaging technician (DIT) is a product of the post-film age. A DIT is responsible for backing up any and all digital footage.
Winnebago is a generic name for any caravan or RV, frequently used as private quarters on film sets.
The rule of thirds is a way of dividing the field of an image to aid in composition.
An autocue, or teleprompter, is a device used to help people appearing on television remember their lines.
Storyboards are illustrations used to plan and develop a story before it’s filmed.
The size of a shot is an important part of visual storytelling, and a variety are used to different ends.
The sun’s just come up, or just about to go down. Action!
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