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15 Cards in this Set

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a camera position that results in full- to half-figure shots of performers
medium shot
the director's instruction to stop a scene
the ability to find your predetermined location in the scene wihtout looking at the marks that have been placed on the floor
hit your mark
positioning the camera close to an actor's face (or any object that is significant in the scene) so that the person or object fills the frame
a term used to let the production crew know that the camera is rolling or the sound is being recorded
the word the director usses when he wants the actors to begin preforming
a camera angle used to stress the environment or setting; the camera is at a distance form the subject of the shot
long shot
when an actor takes on a physical position that would not be natural in real life, such a looking at something other than the person or object on which she is supposedly focused
the camera position or the composition of a shot
the assistant director, sound mixer, or camera operator's instruction to stop the scene
break it
a scene that is being (or has been) filmed
your call to the set
actor's call
what the director says when the take completed is good enough to use
print it
the director uses this terms to indicate that he or she wants to redo a small part of the scene
a phrase that means, "We're done. Shooting is over for today."
that's a wrap