Movement planning

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Movement planning

  1. 1. MovementPlanning
  2. 2. Slow motion Slow motion is often used withinfilms, mainly to emphasis something to theaudience, such as to demonstrate a skill insport or key moment in the film, and to makethe audience take it in, such as when filmingnatural phenomena, and can also be used toshow flashbacks or flash forwards as theyencourage the audience that they arewatching something important, as it is sloweddown so they can take in the detail and think.we could use this in our film, perhaps whenthe little girl is behind olly, as in reality whensomething dramatic happens, it eitherhappens so quickly you do not notice, or very
  3. 3. Panning & tilting These are done through keeping thecamera stationary and then rotating iteither horizontally (panning) or vertically(tilting). Panning is often used to follow themoving subject, or to show more than justa single shot can. Tilting can be used toemphasise the size of something whichcannot fit within a single frame.These can be used for instance when ollyruns away from the little girl to followhim, or in an establishing shot where we
  4. 4. Dolly and tracking shotsusing a small wheeled vehicle (dolly), isoften used in order to smoothly follow theattention. It can move in and out of ascene, and helps to follow a subject. Thecamera’s movement is parallel to axis onthe camera lens, whilst tracking is where itis perpendicular to the camera lens axis.this may be more difficult to use in our film,as we do not have a dolly. However, if wedid, it would be useful in olly’s running
  5. 5. Zooming in and outThis is where the camera moves in andout from the subject, and can be donewithout moving the camera. Zooming in isoften used to create the audience focus onsomething specific, for instance from along shot and then zooming into thesubject, whilst zooming out often helps toput something in the bigger picture, orshow the location.this could be used to put focus on olly todraw our audience into the fact that he is

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