Trade Terminology ACCT-BVP1-2. Students will understand and utilize trade terminology in an appropriate manner. a.) Identify and use trade terminology in the media production lab. b.) Identify and utilize trade abbreviations and acronyms as appropriate.
STUDY QUESTIONS Directions: On your own paper WRITE the following questions and their answers. What is the view of an extreme wide shot like? What is the view of a very wide shot like? What is the view of a wide shot like? What does a Mid Shot show? What does a Medium Close Up show? What does a Close Up show? What does an Extreme Close Up show? What does a Cutaway show? What does a Cut-in show? What does a Two-Shot show?
STUDY QUESTIONS Directions: On your own paper WRITE the following questions and their answers. What does an Over-the Shoulder Shot show? What does a Noddy Shot show? What does a Point-of-View Shot show? What does a Weather Shot show? Why is it important to know trade terminology? What software manufacturer is based in San Jose, California, is traded on the Nasdaq National Market under the symbol ADBE, and is a leading provider of media productivity software? Which is better and why, analogue or digital? If you were in a production studio and someone said to close the barn door, what would they be referring to and what would happen if the barn doors were completely closed? What is the difference between a green screen and a green room? If you are filiming a shot and someone messes up and you stop recording, then you try to get everyone in the same position again and then start recording, what are you most likely going to create?
VOCABULARY/TERMINOLOGY Directions: On your own paper WRITE the Terms and their definitions. • Shot • Scene • Crossfade • Digital Video Editing • Lighting, Three-Point • Production • Voice Over (VO) • Docutainment • Dolly • Pre-Roll Headroom White Balance Tripod Teleprompter Infotainment Backlight Camcorder Candlepower Chroma Key Cinemaphotography
PROJECT Develop a comic strip or comic book on any subject you like, as long as it is appropriate for school, that tells a complete story with a beginning, middle, and an end. In your comic strip scenes show examples of EWS, VWS, WS, MS, MCU, CU, ECU, CA, Cut-in, Two-Shot, OSS, Noddy Shot, POV, and a weather shot. Each shot must be used at least once, but may be used more than once. You may draw your comic by hand or use a computer.
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