Friday, 11/16: Welcome Guest Teacher, Shots Quiz 2

BEFORE you do any further video shooting or editing, you and your partner must complete the following quiz on a separate sheet of paper and turn it in to the guest teacher. Look answers up on the ‘net, and you may collaborate with other pairs.

WHEN YOU HAVE FINISHED, you may resume working with the time you have left.

Yes, it gets graded.

WRITE THE ANSWER, NOT THE LETTER!!!!!

TITLE: SHOTS QUIZ 3.        NAMES:      DATE:

  • 1.
    The producer is the individual who handles, operates, and trains others on the use of the camera.
    • A.

      True

    • B.

      False

  • 2.
    Midshot is the most common view, being the real-world angle that we are all used to. It shows subjects as we would expect to see them in real life. It is a fairly neutral shot.
    • A.

      True

    • B.

      False

  • 3.
    The editor creates and edits text, video and effects on video editing machines.
    • A.

      True

    • B.

      False

  • 4.
    An aerial shot is an extremely high angle view of a subject usually taken from a crane or a high stationary camera position, but may also refer to a shot taken from an actual airplane or helicopter
    • A.

      True

    • B.

      False

  • 5.
    The pan camera movement involves rotating the camera left or right.
    • A.

      True

    • B.

      False

  • 6.
    Zoom is technically not a camera move, but a change in the lens focal length with gives the illusion of moving the camera closer or further away.
    • A.

      True

    • B.

      False

  • 7.
    Fade in or fade out are transitions between two scenes where the first merges imperceptibly into the second.
    • A.

      True

    • B.

      False

  • 8.
    A short publicty film which advertises a film or forthcoming presentations describes what a trailer is all about.
    • A.

      True

    • B.

      False

  • 9.
    Final Copy is footage of everything that is captured during a production.
    • A.

      True

    • B.

      False

  • 10.
    No tripod available?  No problem…you can use the hand held method in capturing your shot.  Brace yourself and steady as she goes.
    • A.

      True

    • B.

      False

  • 11.
    __________ is the command by a pointed finger to start the action.
  • 12.
    A __________ camera shot is used when a certain feature or part of the subject takes up the whole frame
  • 13.
    __________ is the camera movement where the camera moves horizontally with the action.
  • 14.
    _______ is the camera movement when the camera is moving physicall in/out from the scene while recording.
  • 15.
    The __________ has the job of holding the camera steady and can assist in the camera movements of tilt and pan.
  • 16.
    When you announce this word as a cameraman you are telling your talent that a recording of footage has stopped.  _________
  • 17.
    During the editing process,  __________________ are used as effects that take place from one source to another such as fade in, fade out or dissolve.
  • 18.
    ______ is a change in a camera lens focal length in and out.  It is a measurement of telephoto and wide.
  • 19.
    _____________ is what a floor director or camera announces when a scene is about to be recorded.
  • 20.
    ________ is the natural sound that is recorded onto the camera during a shot.  For example, if I was trucking along shooting a cross country runner the sound recorded would probably include him/her breathing, sounds of the feet running and any natural outdoor sounds that are occuring such as wind/birds, etc.
  • 21.
    Shows some part of the subject in more detail while still giving the impression of the whole subject.
    • A.

      Full Shot

    • B.

      Mid Shot

    • C.

      Long Shot

    • D.

      Establishing Shot

  • 22.
    All of the following are floor director/cameraman voice commands except….
    • A.

      3,2,1…pointed finger

    • B.

      Standby

    • C.

      Cue

    • D.

      5,4,

  • 23.
    This type of conversation shot shoots a profiled (side view) medium two shot of two individuals interacting
    • A.

      Face to face

    • B.

      Interviewing

    • C.

      Two shot

    • D.

      Over the shoulder

  • 24.
    This type of camera angle shows the subject from slightly above eye-level, i.e. the camera is angled down towards the subject. This has the effect of diminishing the subject, making them appear less powerful, less significant or even submissive.
    • A.

      Low Angle

    • B.

      Bird’s Eye View

    • C.

      High Angle

    • D.

      Steep Angle

      25.
      When the camera is acting as the eyes of the subject.
      • A.

        Acting Eyes

      • B.

        Eye On

      • C.

        Point of View

      • D.

        Over the Shoulder

Welcome Q2-2018 Video Production Students!

Please pile your backpacks outside along the wall and find your computer/partner assignments.  Here are the initial partner and computer assignments. One partner should log in, open Chrome, and go to introtovideo.mrcoward.com.

Computer 1: Maylin and Ava
Computer 2: Celia and Audry
Computer 3: Elliot and James
Computer 4: Dylan and Caden
Computer 5: Benjamin and Jacob
Computer 6: Natalie and Torunn
Computer 7: Tomo and Myles
Computer 8: Sam and Kendra
Computer 9: Bryan and Marco
Computer 10: Vidhi and Ross
Computer 11:
Computer 12:
Computer 13:
Computer 14: 

Get logged in, go to the Projects Page and get started.

Welcome Q1-2018 Video Students!

Please pile your backpacks outside along the wall and find your computer/partner assignments.  Here are the initial partner and computer assignments. One partner should log in, open Chrome, and go to introtovideo.mrcoward.com.

Computer 1: Miles and Chistopher
Computer 2: Gavin and Atticus
Computer 3: Titus and Angel
Computer 4: Zoe and Sabrina
Computer 5: Isaiah and Antonio
Computer 6: Cal and Benjamin
Computer 7: Jay and Giovanni
Computer 8: Bella, Stephan, and Gerson
Computer 9: Max and Jordan
Computer 10: Katy and Camryn
Computer 11:
Computer 12:
Computer 13:
Computer 14: 

Get logged in, go to the Projects Page and get started.