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softens the shadows created by the main light source
fill
the primary light source in three-point lighting, it casts the main shadows
key
typically is diffused overall lighting coming from no discernible direction
baselight
helps to outline the subject, and separate them from the background
back
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great cinematographers believe that lighting is more than simply obtaining adequate exposure, it is a way to direct the viewer's eye in the frame, to establish character, and among other things, to _________
set the mood of the scene
CIRCLE ONE
the film technique called DAY-FOR-NIGHT means shooting supposed night scenes during the day, and involves <increasing/decreasing> the contrast
decreasing the contrast
CHOOSE ONE
the COLOR TEMPERATURE, in degrees Kelvin, of indoor professional lighting fixtures is <5500 degrees/3200 degrees>
3200 degrees
TRUE OR FALSE
maintaining the proper COLOR BALANCE can be difficult when the lighting for a scene contains both daylight and artificial light
true
CHOOSE ONE
dramas and thriller movies traditionally use lighting which is <high key/low key>
low key
TRUE OR FALSE
MIXED LIGHTING problems can be solved by white balancing
false
TRUE OR FALSE
shooting film in low light can require a special laboratory procedure called PUSHED PROCESSING, but the disadvantage is that this tends to increase CONTRAST
true
TRUE OR FALSE
according to the book, the types of flourescent lights common in offices and schools will probably not cause color-balancing problems
false
CHOOSE ONE
bass sounds have <higher/lower> frequency and pitch than treble sounds
lower
CHOOSE (A. cardioid), (B. omnidirectional), or (C. ultracardioid)
__ picks up sound from front & sides in heart-shaped pattern
__ picks up sound in a longer & narrower pattern
__ picks up sound equally well from all sides
A. cardioid
C. ultracardioid
B. omnidirectional
CHOOSE ONE
professionals usually use microphones whose IMPEDANCE is <high/low>
low
CHOOSE ONE
as we saw in the Shure microphone instructional video, a SHOTGUN MIC is used for picking up sound <at a distance from/close to> the mic
at a distance from the mic