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Re: Language of Cinematography and Language of Mise-en-Scenes

on Tue Aug 07, 2018 10:51 am
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judedominguiano wrote:what is the cheapest camera you can suggest in doing cinematography?
for me i think that the cellphone camera is the cheapest camera we can you. skl HAHAHA
What phone then?
every phone can be use as long as it has camera in it. but of course it you have bad camera installed in your phone don't expect that the film you were creating can be a good film in terms of camera shots
but i think the film is boring we have a low quality camera.
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Re: Language of Cinematography and Language of Mise-en-Scenes

on Tue Aug 07, 2018 8:21 pm
cerozero wrote:is set design a part of  Mise-en-scène?
yes , anything that you can and cannot see in a film but take part on it is part is what we called Mise-en-scène
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Re: Language of Cinematography and Language of Mise-en-Scenes

on Tue Aug 07, 2018 8:29 pm
Is camera shots and angles are part of the cinematography ?
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Re: Language of Cinematography and Language of Mise-en-Scenes

on Tue Aug 07, 2018 8:35 pm
how to lighting affect the scene ?
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Re: Language of Cinematography and Language of Mise-en-Scenes

on Tue Aug 07, 2018 8:53 pm
patrick STAR wrote:how to lighting affect the scene ?
lighting can make the scene more effective and beautiful.
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Re: Language of Cinematography and Language of Mise-en-Scenes

on Tue Aug 07, 2018 8:54 pm
clyde rosario wrote:Is camera shots and angles are part of the cinematography ?
yes it is, camera shots and angles is what we called cinematic techniques and it is very important.
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on Tue Aug 07, 2018 8:55 pm
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clyde rosario wrote:Is camera shots and angles are part of the cinematography ?
yes it is, camera shots and angles is what we called cinematic techniques and it is very important.
can you give some camera shots and angles
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on Tue Aug 07, 2018 8:57 pm
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patrick STAR wrote:how to lighting affect the scene ?
lighting can make the scene more effective  and beautiful.
but in horror movies there are no lighting applied in the film but still good.
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Re: Language of Cinematography and Language of Mise-en-Scenes

on Sun Aug 12, 2018 8:01 pm
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cerozero wrote:is set design a part of  Mise-en-scène?
yes , anything that you can and cannot see in a film but take part on it is part  is what we called Mise-en-scène
so if ganun nga, I think importante padin sila kahit di masyadong pansin.. whahahaha skl
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Re: Language of Cinematography and Language of Mise-en-Scenes

on Sun Aug 12, 2018 8:03 pm
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patrick STAR wrote:how to lighting affect the scene ?
lighting can make the scene more effective  and beautiful.
but in horror movies there are no lighting applied in the film but still good.
kahit naman ata walang lightings yung film , diba isang way padin yun ng lighting style. siguro kasi depende padin yung sa genre ng film na gagawin. ALAM MO NA PAT .
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Re: Language of Cinematography and Language of Mise-en-Scenes

on Sun Aug 12, 2018 8:32 pm
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patrick STAR wrote:how to lighting affect the scene ?
lighting can make the scene more effective  and beautiful.
but in horror movies there are no lighting applied in the film but still good.
kahit naman ata walang lightings yung film , diba isang way padin yun ng lighting style. siguro kasi depende padin yung sa genre ng film na gagawin. ALAM MO NA PAT .

sorry na je, Neutral Neutral pero diba ang pangit din nun sa mga horror minsan , halos wala ka nang mapanood kasi sobrang dilim. sana dilim nalang pinanood ko .
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Re: Language of Cinematography and Language of Mise-en-Scenes

on Sun Aug 12, 2018 8:32 pm
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cerozero wrote:is set design a part of  Mise-en-scène?
yes , anything that you can and cannot see in a film but take part on it is part  is what we called Mise-en-scène
so if ganun nga, I think importante padin sila kahit di masyadong pansin.. whahahaha skl
oo naman je, ang sakit kaya mabaliwala.
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Re: Language of Cinematography and Language of Mise-en-Scenes

on Sun Aug 12, 2018 9:07 pm
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cerozero wrote:is set design a part of  Mise-en-scène?
yes , anything that you can and cannot see in a film but take part on it is part  is what we called Mise-en-scène
so if ganun nga, I think importante padin sila kahit di masyadong pansin.. whahahaha skl
kuddos para sa mga BTS men , o sa mahabang salita yung behind the scenes men, they have big part in film making even hindi talaga sila nakikita pero good thing na meron silang name written in the credit scene
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Re: Language of Cinematography and Language of Mise-en-Scenes

on Sun Aug 12, 2018 9:45 pm
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jheraldnotarte wrote: What is the Mechanical effects in a film?
Mechanical effects encompass the use of mechanical engineering to a greater degree. Cars being flipped and hauled over buildings are usually an effect built on specialized rigs and gimbals such as in movies like Unknown.
robotics can be considered as mechanical effects.
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Re: Language of Cinematography and Language of Mise-en-Scenes

on Sun Aug 12, 2018 9:49 pm
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cerozero wrote:
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cerozero wrote:is set design a part of  Mise-en-scène?
yes , anything that you can and cannot see in a film but take part on it is part  is what we called Mise-en-scène
so if ganun nga, I think importante padin sila kahit di masyadong pansin.. whahahaha skl
oo naman je, ang sakit kaya mabaliwala.
aw patrick. pero at least na a acknowledge pa din naman sila sa credit scene ng film.
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Re: Language of Cinematography and Language of Mise-en-Scenes

on Sun Aug 12, 2018 9:51 pm
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clyde rosario wrote:Is camera shots and angles are part of the cinematography ?
yes it is, camera shots and angles is what we called cinematic techniques and it is very important.
can you give some camera shots and angles
The Medium Shot. ...
The Close-up. ...
The Long Shot. ...
The Dutch Angle. ...
The Low Angle. ...
The High Angle. ...
The Extreme Close-up. ...
The Over The Shoulder.
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Re: Language of Cinematography and Language of Mise-en-Scenes

on Sun Aug 12, 2018 9:57 pm
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clyde rosario wrote:Is camera shots and angles are part of the cinematography ?
yes it is, camera shots and angles is what we called cinematic techniques and it is very important.
can you give some camera shots and angles
The Medium Shot. ...
The Close-up. ...
The Long Shot. ...
The Dutch Angle. ...
The Low Angle. ...
The High Angle. ...
The Extreme Close-up. ...
The Over The Shoulder.
ang galing ni google . diba noel ? What a Face What a Face
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Re: Language of Cinematography and Language of Mise-en-Scenes

on Sun Aug 12, 2018 10:08 pm
judedominguiano wrote:what is the cheapest camera you can suggest in doing cinematography?

I do not recommend you guys to use cheap camera in film making , as experience you can have a bad film by using cheap camera.
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Re: Language of Cinematography and Language of Mise-en-Scenes

on Sun Aug 12, 2018 10:10 pm
vonpusing21 wrote:How does utilizing a range of special effects allow the director to best accomplish their vision?
using effects is an effective way to bring the film in more convincing approach to the viewers , for it can save time preparing by using camera edit or using CGI
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