Hollywood was said to owe its preeminence as a motion-picture production centre to its sunny climate. Since scale in the cinema constantly changes from shot to shot, the spectator can easily be deceived about the size of objects. Just as Republic 3's taxonomy made imitation look like a freakish variety of narration, this use of a word both generically and specially excludes good imitation as the exception and the problem case. Ambiguity is thus kept to a minimum. University of North Carolina Press.
Understanding Facial Expressions and Microexpressions
Numerous special camera supports were developed in the later 20th century, many of which were originally developed for use on medical and scientific films. The combination of possession and madness in the Ion 's version of inspiration makes it hard to decide whether the dialogue implies some approval for inspired poetry or condemns it altogether. Whether Plato should be permitted to juggle words' meanings is another question. She is at her best when her mind intrudes least on what she is saying. Only the essentials are included.
Plato's Aesthetics (Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy)
Movement on the screen is produced by showing the spectator 24 frames, or still photographs, with dark intervals between them, every second. For more on this passage see Pappas By contrast, in King Kong a small-scale model of New York City was used to give the illusion of the actual city under attack by a giant gorilla. These techniques—close-up sound, pounding music, and abrupt editing—were used to keep the spectator interested and excited. This apparent ad hominem attack is designed to show that poetry too imitates appearance.
This apparent ad hominem attack is designed to show that poetry too imitates appearance. Telescopic or microscopic shots beyond these extremes are often of scientific rather than artistic interest. In any case this is a constructive turn that never seems to be made available to poems or paintings. Trick photography was once effected by simple manipulation of the camera: The cause behind inspiration is unimpeachable, for it begins in the divine realm. Finally, the lighting of the projector that shows the picture and the brilliance of the screen are important. He exerts himself to show that poetry presents false representations of virtue, often drawn from popular opinion about morality Moss , , and that because of their falseness those images nourish irrational motives until all but the finest souls in the audience lose control over themselves.