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Natural wipe

A transition technique accomplished by an element within the mise-en-scène rather than by a laboratory process.

A transition technique accomplished by an element within the mise-en-scène rather than by a laboratory process. A character or an object is brought to the lens of the camera and wipes away the scene by completely blocking or blurring the frame. A closing door often serves as a natural wipe. The natural wipe is followed by a new scene. A head-on, tail-away transition is a type of natural wipe that is used to end one scene and to reveal another.

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mise en scene
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transition technique
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Last modified on April 17 2020
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