Type
Crossword
Description

When looking at (-- --), one must focus on production, reception, and intention Visual culture
Only when expressions by people are captured in a (--) form, is it a part of visual culture Tangible
Visual culture is not limited to direct forms of visual (--) Expression
What does the subject visual culture study? ART HISTORY
Visual culture can be created on (-- --) as well Architectural Constructions
What is the name of the photographic process that involves iodine-sensitized silvered plate and mercury vapor? Daguerreotype
Who were responsible for the historical mass production of image copies during the medieval times? Egyptians
Name the most famous artist that worked alongside Paolo Uccello in the production of Cimabue and Giotto art? Andrea Mantegna
In which country was the famous inventor of Daguerreotype, Louis-Jacques-Mande Daguerre born in? France
What was the name of the fundamental religious art movement that spread across Europe during the 14th century Renaissance
Name the person who took the first successful photograph Nicephore Niepce
Which company manufactured the first portable camera? Kodak
Who invented the Zoetrope? William Horner
What camera did Muybridge use to capture the Horses Motion Stereoscopic
Who was one of the Americans most beloved inventors? Tomas Eddison
A phase particularly associated with Benjamins 1936 Essay Mechanical Reproduction
A phase that refers to the core concept expresses in a new piece of art is known as the (-- --) Subject art
What do we call someone that studies, discusses and evaluates literature? Literacy critic
The worth, or usefulness of something value
The expression or application of human creative skill and imagination art

History of Photography Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Famous Photographer originally born as Emmanuel Radnitzky ManRay
A type of Camera and Film that produces an instant image Polaroid
Famous Photographer (b. 1954) who places herself in her own work, using a range of disguises CindySherman
A photographic image on a strip of transparent film that has inverted values Negative
An American Photographer (b. 1902) best known for his black-and-white landscape photographs of the American West AnselAdams
Famous Photographer (b. 1895) best known for her Depression-era work including the famous Migrant Mother Image DorotheaLange
An early camera using a small hole with a light-tight box Pinhole
a thin strip of plastic coated with a light-sensitive emulsion for exposure in a camera Film
Famous photographer (b. 1864) known for his New York Art Galleries and was married to Painter Georgia O'Keeffe AlfredStieglitz
Last Name of the French inventor who created the first photograph Niepce
In Latin, this means "Dark Room" CameraObscura
An affordable box camera made by Kodak in 1900 Brownie
Louis Daguerre trademarked the first public access photos with this name Daguerreotype
Famous National Geographic Photographer known for his cover called "Afghan Girl" SteveMcCurry

Photography Terms Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

A device for recording visual images in the form of photographs, film, or video signals. Camera
The finishing touches a photographer makes to improve the photo. Edit
The art or practice of taking and processing photographs. photography
The visual, artistic layout of your image. composition
Adjusting the camera to make the image clear. focus
A person who takes photographs professionally. photographer
A palette of a set of specific colors. color palette
Change smoothly from a long shot to a close-up or vice versa. zoom
Adjusting the brightness of the color in the picture. saturation
Lets in light. exposure
When there is too much light in the photo which results a photo to look white. over exposure
A series of photos captured of a period of time, and put together to create a photo that looks like its moving. timelapse

Digital Photography: Terms Review Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

The size of the opening in the lens determining the depth of focus. aperture
A graph that helps illustrate the dark, light, and color values captured by the camera sensor. histogram
A setting that helps determine how sensitive your camera is to light ISO
Two words used to describe a type of photograph that is taken using a slow shutter speed to achieve artistic blur. LongExposure
This mode is ideal because it allows you to control all aspects of shooting quality. Manual
A common problem seen in under lit images with an ISO that is too high. Grain
This file format is best for true photographers to shoot in because it preserves the highest quality without RAW
Better photo compositions can be achieved when an image is divided into 3 parts horizontally and vertically. ruleofthirds
This setting determines how long or short your cameras capture time is. shutterspeed
This eye-opening allows you to preview your image. Viewfinder
The screen on the back of your camera that allows you to view settings and preview images. LCDDisplay
A setting you'll need to adjust based on the temperature of your light source. WhiteBalance
Your camera's storage. SDCard
A common image file type that is universally readable but does not preserve all captured image data. JPEG
This determines the sharpness of an object based on the adjustment made directly to the lens. Focus
An idea that suggests a subject's nose should be pointed toward the empty space in the frame. breathingroom
A discipline of photography that emphasizes detail normally not recognized. Macro
A discipline of photography that focuses on an individual and captures their essences. Portrait
A phrase that often appears as an acronym and the name to which we give the type of cameras we use in this class. DigitalSinglelensreflex

film crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

First still photograph taken 1827
Joseph Plateau and sons introduce the Phenakistoscope 1832
Another illusion toy; the Zoetrope was introduced by William George Horner 1834
Henry Fox Talbot makes an important advancement in photograph production with the introduction of negatives on paper 1839
Important in the development of motion pictures was the invention of intermittent mechanisms 1846
Emile Reynaud introduces the Praxinoscope 1877
Eadweard Muybridge achieves success after five years of trying to capture movement 1878
Etienne Jules Marey, inspired by Muybridge's animal locomotion studies, begins his own experiment to study the flight of birds and other rapid animal movements 1882
Emile Reynaud expands on his praxinoscope and using mirrors and a lantern is about to project drawing on a screen 1882
George Eastman devises a still camera which produces photographs and sensitised paper which he sells using the name Kodak 1888
Etienne Marey builds a box type moving picture camera which uses an intermittent mechanism and strips of paper film 1888
Thomas A Edison, inventor of the electric light bulb and the phonograph decides to design machines for making and showing moving pictures 1888
Reynaud exhibits a much larger version of his praxinoscope 1889
Edison travels to Paris and views Marey's camera which uses flexible film 1889
Edison and Dickson have their Kinetograph camera and kinetoscope viewing box ready for patenting and demonstration 1891
Using his projecting Praxinoscope, Reynaud holds the first public exhibitions of motions pictures 1892
Edison and Dickson build a studio on the grounds of Edison's laboratories in New Jersey 1893
The Lumiere family is the biggest manufacturer of photographic plates in Europe 1894
During this year Woodville Latham and his sons Otway and Gray began working on their own camera and projector 1894
Edison's kinetoscope made its debut in London 1894
Another peepshow device, similar to the kinetoscope arrived in autumn 1894
The first film shot with Cinematographe camera is La Sortie de l'usine Lumiere a Lyon 1895
R.W Paul and his partner Brit Acres had a functional camera which was based partly on Marey's 1888 camera 1895
The Latharns too had a succeeded in creating a camera and a projector and on April 21 18__ they showed one film to reporters. 1895
Atlanta, Georgia was the setting for another partnership 1895
One of the most famous film screenings in history took place on December 28, 18__ 1895
Herman Casler and W.K.L Dickson had developed their camera to go with Casler's Mutoscope 1896
R.W Paul continued to improved his camera and invented a projector which began by showing copies of Acres' films from the previous year 1896
After agreeing to back Armat's Vitascope, Raff and Gammon approuched Edison, afraid to offend him, Edison agreed to manufacture the vitascope marketing it as Edison's Vitascope 1896
The American Mutoscope Company became the most popular film company in American 1897
instantaneous changes from one scene ti the next Cuts
Indicates the camera moves in on particular portion of a scene Camera Finds
To indicate the camera moves with a person or object Camera goes with
To indicate a near 180-degree shift in camera position reverse angle
to signal a zoom or a dolly back shot widens
when the entire camera is moved toward or away from the subject dolly
which is an optical version of a dolly, achieves somewhat the same effect zoom
when a lateral move in needed truck
is normally a shot from the waist up medium shot
is a short cropped between the shoulders and the belt line medium close

Film History Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

First still photograph taken, using a glass plate technique Claude Niepce,s photograph the View from a Window at Le Gras took nearly eight hours to expose. 1827
Joseph Plateau and sons introduce the Phenakistoscope. 1832
Another illusion toy- the Zoetrope was introduced by William George Horner. 1834
Henry Fox Talbot makes an important advancement in photograph production with the introduction of negatives on paper- as opposed to glass. 1839
Important in the development of motion pictures was the invention of intermittent mechanisms - particulary those used in sewing machines. 1846
Emile Reynaud intrduces the praxinoscope. 1877
Eadweard Muybridge achieves success after five years of trying to capture movement. 1878
Etienne Jules Marey, inspired by Muybridge's animal locomotion studies. 1882
Emile Reynaud expands on his praxinoscope and using mirrors and a lantern is about to project moving drawings onto a screen. 1882
George Eastman devises a still camera which produces photographs on sensitized paper which he sells using the name Kodak 1888
Reynaud exhibits a much larger version of his praxinoscope. 1889
Edison and Dickson have their Kinetograph camera and Kinetoscope viewing box ready for patenting and demonstration. 1891
Using his projecting Praxinoscope, Reynaud holds the first public exhibitions of motion pictures. 1892
The Black Maria was ready for film productions at the end of January. 1893
Louis and Auguste design a camera which serves as both a recording device and projecting device. 1894
R.W Paul and his partner Birt Acres had a functional camera which was based partly on Marey's 1888 camera. 1895
The American Mutoscope Company changes its name to the American Mutoscope and Biograph Company to include its projection and peepshow devices. 1899
British filmmaker James Williamson produces 'The Big Swallow' which demonstrated the ingenuity of the Brighton School of which he and George Smith were principle contributors. 1900
George Melies produces his magnificent 'Voyage to the Moon' 1902
British film maker George Smith makes Mary Janes Mishap which was praised for its sophisticated use of editing. 1903
Cecil Hepworth produced with Lewin Fitzhamon 'Rescued by Rover' 1905
builds a box type moving picture camera which uses an intermittent mechanism and strips of paper film. Etienne Marey
inventor of the electric light bulb. Thomas Edison
began working on their own camera and projector. Woodville Latham
uses flexible film cut into 35mm wide strips and used an intermittent mechanism modeled on the sewing machine. Cinematographe
whose kinetoscope made its debut in London? Edison
The first film shot with the Cinematographic camera. La Sortie de
What was patented by Herman Casler? Mutoscope
Cinematographe became the standard film rate for how many years? 25
who designed the Cinematographe? louisandauguste
instaneous changes from one scene to the next cuts
is a close up of something within the scene insert shot
is a related shot that is away from the basic scene cutaway
are reserved for drama impact extreme close up
boom shot is same as jib shot
is similar to establishing shot master shot
indicates that the audience will see what the character sees subjective shot
VO voice over
indicate the camera moves in on a particular portion of a scene camera finds
a dutch angle shot canted shot

Chapter 2 Working in TV Production Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Person in charge of creative aspects of program and interacts with entire staff. director
Person who is director's "eyes and ears" in the studio. floormanager
Process of placing individual recorded scenes in logical order. editing
Person who delivers news from the news desk in studio. anchor
Production personnel that work behind the scenes. staff
Coordinates content and flow of newscast. producer
Cameraperson in the field, on location with reporter. photographer
Signal that directs something specific to happen. cue
Person who moves equipment, scenery, and proms on a studio set. grip
Portion of the program that you can see. video
Process of cutting between cameras. switching
Portion of program that you can hear. audio
Anything the audience sees in a video picture that did not really happen in the way it appears on the screen. specialeffects
Responsible for gathering information from many sources, interviewing, and writing news stories. reporter
Schedules necessary equipment and personnel to cover the stories for the day's newscast. assignmenteditor
Photographer who performs duties of both photographer and reporter. photojournalist
Production personnel not seen by camera - equipment operators. crew
Anyone seen by camera. talent
Actual edge of the video picture - all four sides. frame

Video Terms Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

open file format for streaming multimedia files containing text, graphics, sound, video and animation for windows platform asf
video file format originally designed for Windows; can be compressed or uncompressed, depending on the codec used avi
a technique for superimposing one video image onto another; most common colors are blue and green chroma key
the process of creating a DVD that will play in a DVD player dvd authoring
high speed interface that connects external devices; commonly known as IEEE1394; 1394A for PCs; 1394B for Macs firewire
video format used to deliver video over the Internet using Adobe Flash Player flv
video format used to deliver video over the Internet using Adobe Flash Player mp4
standard for compressing digital video; universal standard for digital video mpeg
common multimedia format used for video commonly played in Quicktime mov
the process of preparing all the elements of a video production, including planning, storyboarding, script writing, scheduling, props, camera angles and locations pre production
the process of recording video production
all phases of production following recording of video, i.e. capturing, editing, titling, exporting, etc post production
a mobile tripod or a moving platform for the camera; allows for smooth camera movement and tracking shots tripod dolly
standard hardware interface for attaching peripherals to a computer usb
software that will convert a video file from one format to another video conversion software
programs used to capture, edit, and manipulate video images, add effects, titles and music to create studio-quality video video editing software
movie data file from a DVD disc vob
compressed video format designed for Windows but also viewable on Macs wmv
the ability of a camera to compensate in cases where a subject with a large amount of background light would otherwise be obscured. backlight compensation
a scene shot from directly above the action birds eye view
a scene change in a movie; a quick move from one scene to another cut
usually the first shot of a scene, designed to show the audience where the action is taking place establishing shot
a camera angle which shows the subject as we would expect to see them in real life eye level
raw, unedited material as it had been originally recorded footage
a camera angle that shows the subject from above; camera is angled down towards the subject; not as extreme as bird's eye view high angle
a camera angle that shows the subject from below; camera is angled up towards the subject low angle
a camera angle that looks at the talking subject from the listener's perspective over the shoulder
a camera movement that scans a scene horizontally panning
a planning tool that includes the "spoken" text of a video production script
video that is not custom shot for use in a specific film (archive footage stock footage
a series of sketches that are used as a planning tool to visually show how the action of a story unfolds storyboard
a camera movement that scans a scene vertically tilting

Film History Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

first still photograph taken in this year 1827
this person and his sons introduce the Phenakistoscope JosephPlateau
an illusion toy Zoetrope
introduces Praxinoscope Reynaud
Eadweard Muybridge achieves success in this year 1878
Etienne Jules Marey begins experiments on flight of what animal birds
sells still camera under the name Kodak Eastman
inventor of electric lightbulb and phonograph decides to design machines for making and showing motion pictures TEdison
mechanism that is important in the development of motion pics Intermittent
exhibits much larger version of praxinoscope (last name) Reynaud
this family is the biggest manufacturer of photographic plates Lumiere
name of camera that Louis and Auguste design Cinematographe
Woodville Latham and his sons began working on their own camera and projector in this year 1894
first film shot with Cinematographe camera (first 2 words only) LaSortie
opened small storefront theatre in May of 1895 Lathams
setting for partnership of Francis Jenkins and Thomas Armat Atlanta
one of the most famous film screenings in history took place on this day December28
how much customers paid for 25 minute program of ten Lumiere films Franc
year that Dickson and Casler developed camera to go with Casler's Mutoscope 1896
these brothers sent representative from their company to London Lumiere
on this day Birt Acres presents selection of his films to Royal Photographic Society January14
continued to improve his camera and invented projector RWPaul
British filmmaker that produces "The Big Swallow" in 1900 Williamson
British filmmaker that makes Mary Janes Mishap in 1903 Smith
important silent film director DWGriffith
produced "Rescued by Rover" with Lewin Fitzhamon in 1905 Cecil Hepworth
Edison agrees to manufacture what in 1896? Vitascope
still in use in modern motion picture projectors LathamLoop
Muybridge produces what in 1878? Zoopraxinoscope
works for Edison in 1903 Porter
instantaneous change from one scene to the next cuts
close up shot of something within the scene Insert
optical version of dolly zoom
abbreviation for exterior EXT
Special effects SFX
aka Dutch angle shot canted
similar to establishing shot master
extreme close ups XCUs
entire camera is moved toward or away from subject dolly
when lateral move is needed truck

Film History Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

1st still photograph taken using a glass plate technique 1827
1839 ___makes an important advancement in photograph production with intro of negatives on paper Henryfoxtalbot
invention of intermittent mechanisms 1846
1882 __ reynaud expands his praxinoscope emile
1834 another illusion toy Zoetrope
george eastman devised a still camera using the name kodak
1888 etienne __builds a box type camera using strips of paper fiilm marey
1889, Reynaud exhibits a much larger version of his__ praxinoscope
edison travels to Paris and view Mareys camera 1889
in 1892, reynaud holds the first public exbitions of motionpictures
1894, __ family is the biggest manufacturer of photographic plates Lumiere
louis and auguste design a camera serving as both a recording device and projecting device Cinematographe
the camera shot films at sixteen frames per second 1894
during this year Woodville Latham and hus sons otway and Gray work on their own camera and projector 1894
early 1896, ___ Casler and W.K.L dickson developed their camera to go with Casler's Mutoscope Herman
The Lumiere brothers sent a representative from their company to London 1896
1897, the American __ Company become popular film company Mutoscope
1899 The American Mutoscope Company changes name to American Mutoscope and __ Company Biograph
1900 British filmmaker James Williamson produces TheBigSwallow
The American Mutoscope and Biograph Company begin making films in the 35mm format 1903
Cecil Hepworth produced Rescued by Rover 1905
edison and dickson build studio on grounds of edison's labortories in New Jersey to producce films for their kinetoscope 1893
george melies produces his magnicent "voyage to the moon" 1902
1903, __ working for edison makes "the life of an American fireman" edwinsporter
1896, r.w continued improve camera & invented a projector which began showing copies of acres' films from previous year paul
1895, one of the most famous film __ in history took place on december 28th, 1895 screenings
1896, january 14th saw __ present a selection of his films to the Royal photographic society birtacres
etienne jules marey, inspired by muybridges animal locomotion studies begins his own experiments 1882
1891, edison and dickson have their __camera and kinetoscope viewing box kinetograph
1893, __ was ready for film production at the end of january theblackmaria
shot before shot over again mastershot
narration heard over a scene voiceover
sfx specialeffects
shot over the shoulder osshot
high angle shots jibshot
entire camera is moved toward or away from subject dolly
signal a zoom or dolly back shotwidens
close-up of something within the scene insert
fade out is a _ or 3 sec transition 2
long shot a shot from top of their heads

Nonfiction Text Features Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

an alphabetical list of terms and definitions usually found at the end of the book glossary
A visual representation of events in history displayed in chronological order timeline
A secondary heading added underneath a subject heading. subheading
the name of a book or article; gives the reader an idea about what they will read title
visual representations showing how 2 or more sets are related to each othe graphs
word close to photographs, illustration, or charts, explaining what they are caption
a visual representation of data charts
a drawing intended to explain how something work diagram
a line of text serving to indicate what the passage below it is about heading
Pages at the back of the book that tell where to find important topics in the book index
they help to understand where places are located maps
A picture that emphasizes key points and adds interest photograph
Text that is heavier and darker than the rest of the text boldprint
A list of facts or numbers arranged in in rows and columns table
A list of chapters and their page numbers. tableofcontents
Words that are slanted to the right. It calls attention to important words or terms italics