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Life of pi cinematography evaluation

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  • 1. What went well... A good range of shots including establishing shots, long shots, mid shots, close ups etc. They work well even though the characters are toys they show their emotion. Close up shots in the opening let the viewer know that it is the toys speaking rather than a narration. This is important as it tells them that these are the film’s main characters and attention must be paid to what is being said by them. Good use of angles such as when we get an over the shoulder shot from the young boy which is also a low angle shot. This puts us in the position of the boy and suggests that the parents have the higher authority; the shots are therefore useful in establishing relationships between characters. The rotating shot of the boat is not only shaky but we lose sight of part of the shots main focus. If a shot similar to this is used in my final trailer I must put in place steps to avoid this occurring. In some shots it can be noticed that the camera shakes a little. This could have easily been avoided by using a tripod. Even better if... Shots are generally static and there is little movement of the camera. It is got away with based on the fact that the shots are generally short, however, to achieve a higher grade I must not only use different shots and angles, but move the camera!

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