Post Production

Module 9: Postproduction (option B)

Editing as an Instrument of Impression Editing is taking individual shots and building them into a scene Rational Editing Editing is not merely a method of the junction of separate scenes or pieces but is a method that controls the “psychological guidance” of the spectator.  The main special editing methods having as their aim the impression of the spectator. Contrast Editing The editing of contrast is one of the most effective, but also commonly utilized and is considered a standard and can be overdone.    Contrast editing puts two oppositional scenes together in either a sequence.  And by putting opposing scenes together, it increases the impression of the contrast.  An example is of a miserable situation of a starving man; the story will impress if associated with mention of the senseless gluttony of a well-to-do man.  This follows Walter

Module 9: Postproduction (option B)2022-03-10T21:25:41+00:00

Module 9: Post Production

My movie is first born in my head, dies on paper, is resuscitated by the living persons and real objects I use, which are killed on film but, placed in a certain order and projected onto a screen, come to life again like flowers in water. --- Robert Bresson The first step to Post-Production is Editing. In this section, you will be learning how to accomplish continuity editing. This form of editing is a system that uses cuts and other transitions to establish a logical coherence between shots.  Then we will learn about The Rule of Six by Walter Murch and lastly, the distribution plan will be firmed up. Continuity Editing Editing is the selection and arrangement of shots into sequences and the sequences in a movie. It is structure, color, dynamics, and manipulation of time. It’s

Module 9: Post Production2022-06-17T17:20:26+00:00
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