Dierent screens – dierent eects
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A person with, say, an enormous nose would go from conveying a very forceful look, this huge nose cutting into the air, so to speak, to a softer image as the face comes around to the camera. A person with no chin changing from a weak-looking individual to one with, say, enormous eyes gives a completely different effect. The very fact that one send out photographs is an admission that their acting can be judged by the way one look. The author knows that a great desire not to be typecast and to be seen as versatile leads some actors to send out "contrasting" photographs. A modern successful actor in a situation comedy on television, or better still in a dramatic serial or daily soap drama, will be giving many, many more hours of screen performances a year than a successful film actor did in the old days.