Month: January 2021

Camera shots| Dialogue shots| Shot Reverse Shot.

Reverse Shot And Its Usage In Films.

Reverse shot also known as ‘shot reverse shot’ is a technique used in films where one character is shown looking at another character, and then the other character is shown looking back at the first character. Since the characters are shown facing in opposite directions, the viewer assumes that they are looking at each other.  …

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Different shots of Psycho movie murder scene

Montage and its types.

Montage is a film editing technique where a series of short shots are arranged chronologically to supress space, time, as well as information. This particular term ‘montage’ has been used in several contexts. In French, the word “montage” applied to cinema simply stands for ‘editing’. Gradually the meaning changed and now it refers to the sequence …

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A clock fading away indicating passage of time.

Flashbacks and flashforwards in films.

Flashbacks are often used to recount events that happened before the story’s primary sequence of events to fill in the crucial backstory. On the contrary, a flashforward reveals events that will occur in the future. A flashback or flashforward is an interruption shot between the scenes that takes you forward or backwards in time. It also takes …

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