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Light like a dramatic expression tool in cinematography
Pavelek, Tomáš ; ŠPELDA, Josef (advisor) ; MACÁK, Jiří (referee)
This thesis focuses on the importance of light as one of the main aspects of filmmaking and as a main tool for creation of atmosphere in cinematography. I mention some expressive cinematographer's styles in the history of cinematography and how different the work with light was in the context of the era. I focus on realistic and logical way of work with light and on technical and technological cinematographer's tools which enable this work and help him to create the light atmospheres and support the script to be perfectly visually translated.
Image stylization and its perception by viewer in film and virtual reality.
Dvořáček, Šimon ; MACÁK, Jiří (advisor) ; JÍCHA, Marek (referee)
The purpose of this thesis is to describe the elements of stylization and the cameraman's procedures, especially for documentary film creation. A further aim is to explain the concept of virtual reality and to provide a description of what this term means today. Finally, this thesis considers VR as a possible upcoming medium and describes the individual points of production of a project, especially from the point of view of the cameraman.
Aspect ratio of cinematic image
Melka, Kryštof ; SYSEL, Tomáš (advisor) ; MACÁK, Jiří (referee)
This theoretical work concerns the ratio of width and height of the frame of a film image. It aims at analyzing this technical parameter above all as an expressive and storytelling tool of the film language. The study investigates its capability to influence the viewer in the context of historical development, technical aspects, and human visual perception of the world.
The evolution of night shooting
Frkal, Tomáš ; MACÁK, Jiří (advisor) ; WEISER, Antonín (referee)
The thesis focuses on the historical development of night shots, which are mainly limited by the technological possibilities. Besides the impact of the digital revolution, the light sensitive cameras and new lightening techniques, it is also a matter of trends. The success of night scenes are determined by the difficult circumstances in the production and the viewers acceptance. Apart from the technological aspects this paper focuses on the different styles of night shots, that have been changing through the decades. The paper starts by describing the physiology of the human eye, continues with the realisation of night shots and finishes with assumptions for the future.
Means of expression in film noir and their use in the following development of world cinematography
Pospíšil, Petr ; SMUTNÝ, Vladimír (advisor) ; MACÁK, Jiří (referee)
This thesis describes the origins of film-noir genre, historical context of classic noir era as well as the influence of its film predecessors, emphasising the tradition of german expressionism. Each single aspect creating the characteristic film-noir look is analysed and described in detail, and illustrated using film stills containing such aspect. Following text summarises reasons and circumstances of the end of this classic era. The second part of my thesis is dedicated to the utilization of this noir aspects in later films all the way up to the present times. This part is also supplemented with practical examples of these elemets being used.

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