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6500 Kelvin

Average daylight

Three point lighting

Standard method used in media

4:3 and 16:9

Common ratio for filming

A-D-R

Automatic dialog replacement (avoid)

Actor

Person on screen

Apple boxes

Wooden box designed for sitting, lifts, positioning

B-Roll

Extra film showing scenery

Back light

Provides the subtle rim of light like a halo

Background light

One on the ground secondary importance

Barn doors

Attachments to spotlights used to mask unwanted light

CCD or chip

Charge coupled device

Character driven

Story of the individual driving the plot

Cinematography

The art or technique of motion picture photography

Color filters

Screen of dyed gelatin, modifying the photograph

Contrast

How dark an image can be

Cucoloris

Pattern created from foam, projects patterns

Depth of field

Focus of camera when filming

Director of photography

Authority over lighting and camera crew

Editing

Cutting and putting clips together take make a scene or movie

Establishing shot

The main shot showing the place and all of the characters, not necessarily all at once

Fill light

Softer than key light and fill in the shadows and create depth

Floodlight

Create diffused light

Frensel

Most common light in TV studios


,named after the inventor

Camera gain

Amplified brightness in low lighting conditions

Grips

Lighting and rigging technicians in the film making

Handheld

Operator holds and moves with his or her own body

Inciting incident

Protagonists call to action, event that gets the story started

Insert

To add in

Jump cut

Abrupt break in the continuity of a scene

Key light

Hard light that gives detail

Light plot

How lighting designers communicate with the way they want the lights for different shots

Location scout

Vital process of pre-production

Lumen

By a point source having a uniform intensity of one candela

Magic hour

First and last hour of sunlight during the day

Montage

Several shots to form a single shot

ND filters

Used outdoors in sunlight, cut the light by two F stops

Nonlinear footage

Non destructive editing for a smooth scene

Premise

Basic idea of a story that begins with the question why

PSA

Public service announcement

Rack focus

Changing the lens focus

Reflector

Body surface device

Script supervisor

Overviews scripts

Shotgun

Boom mic

Spit light

Create a directional light

Storyboards

Drawing and planning shots

Tilt

The vertical movement of the camera

XLR

Used for optimal Interference

Zoom lens

Change focal length