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Cinematography

Camera Movements
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Beccy Stannard

on 25 February 2014

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Transcript of Cinematography

Further Cinematography
Crane Shot
Tracking Shot
Panning Shot
Handheld Shot
Zoom
Tilt
A variation of shot distances
An initial introduction
180 degree rule
Watch the following videos and make notes on the different camera movements.

Once you are comfortable with the shots, follow the Prezi and watch the examples. Make notes as you watch, and discuss why each camera movement would be used. Time permitting, search for examples of your own
A panning shot is where a camera moves from left to right, but the camera itself remains static.
Put them all together and you have:
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