Cinema 1: The Movement-Image - Frame and Shot, Framing and Cutting Summary & Analysis

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Frame and Shot, Framing and Cutting Summary and Analysis

The first level: frame, set or closed system includes the frame that is a set with many parts, or elements, that form sub-sets. Elements are the data that can be many or a few, within a frame that tends to saturation or to rarefaction. A saturated frame tends to make images blur relative to a rarefied frame that tends to reduce images even to blank screen. A frame can be geometrical wherein it is closed or spatial in which images pass through to equilibrium, but in either case have a limitation that is conceived either mathematically or dynamically. The frame also relates to parts of the system that it separates or brings together where different elements, whether people or nature, and directors use them. Frames dovetail to one another in a...

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