Desсrіption: We have spent several weeks examining and analyzing visual elements which contribute to a director′s visual tool palette. For this assignment, look through films you love and pull still frames from them. You should choose still frames from films you know, so when requested you can explain why that element is being used by the director. You can pull from as many films as you want. You must have one frame representing each visual element listed below. The photos must be submitted as a collection in a single PDF. Next to each photo, you must identify the visual element it represents. You should order them in the same order as the below list. A few of the elements say ″explain″ – for those photos, add 1-2 sentences that explain your thinking – in other words, how does that photo illustrate the characteristics of the element? Balanced Frame (explain) Imbalanced Frame (explain) Deep Space Flat Space Blocking on Multiple Planes of Action (explain) EST MS MCU CU ECU OTS High Angle Low Angle Canted or Dutch Angle High Contrast Low Contrast Color Story Emphasizing Hue (explain) Color Story Emphasizing Saturation (explain) Movement Parallel to Picture Plane Movement Perpendicular to Picture Plane Surface Division (explain why it is being used) Affinity of Line (explain why it is being used) Contrast of Line (explain why it is being used) Affinity of Shape (explain why it is being used) Contrast of Shape (explain why it is being used)
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