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  • EMC/JOUR 3000 Lecture 4 Movement

    1. 1. EMC / JOUR 3000INTRO TO MOTION PICTURES Edward Bowen Inside the Shot Part 2 Movement
    2. 2. Technology of Motion PicturesCamera Movement• Pan / Tilt – You remain in your seat, at rest, but are able to look around rather than forced to view through a stationary window
    3. 3. Technology of Motion PicturesCamera Movement• Pan - Camera swivels horizontally from a fixed axis.
    4. 4. Technology of Motion Pictures Camera Movement • Pan - Camera swivels horizontally from a fixed axis.http://vimeo.com/1904690
    5. 5. Technology of Motion PicturesCamera Movement• Pan - Camera swivels horizontally from a fixed axis. “Jaws” (1975) Steven Spielberg
    6. 6. Technology of Motion PicturesIntrashot Communication - Camera Movement.• Tilt - Camera swivels vertically from a fixed axis.
    7. 7. Technology of Motion Pictures Intrashot Communication - Camera Movement • Tilt - Camera swivels vertically from a fixed axis.http://vimeo.com/35618823
    8. 8. Technology of Motion Pictures Intrashot Communication - Camera Movement • Tilt - Camera swivels vertically from a fixed axis. “The Stendhal Syndrome” (1996) Dario Argentohttp://vimeo.com/35618823
    9. 9. Technology of Motion Pictures Intrashot Communication - Camera Movement • Tilt - Camera swivels vertically from a fixed axis. “Inception” (2010) Christopher Nolanhttp://youtu.be/66TuSJo4dZM
    10. 10. Technology of Motion PicturesIntrashot Communication - Camera Movement• Zoom – You remain in your seat, at rest, but are able to magnify or lessen your field of view.
    11. 11. Technology of Motion Pictures Intrashot Communication - Camera Movement • Zoom – Magnification or reduction of an image optically, without moving the camera. Adjusting from wide to telephoto or visa versa.http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9cyfnkyRavI
    12. 12. Technology of Motion Pictures Intrashot Communication - Camera Movement • Zoom – Magnification or reduction of an image optically, without moving the camera. Adjusting from wide to telephoto or visa versa. “The Stendhal Syndrome” (1996) Dario Argentohttp://youtu.be/rE55yguqJdo
    13. 13. Technology of Motion Pictures Intrashot Communication - Camera Movement • Zoom – Magnification or reduction of an image optically, without moving the camera. Adjusting from wide to telephoto or visa versa. “As The World Turns” (2010)http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hn2IiRyD70Q
    14. 14. Technology of Motion PicturesIntrashot Communication - Camera Movement• Dolly (Traveling of Tracking) shot. Camera moves forward or backwards or to the side. Usually on wheels; often on track.
    15. 15. Technology of Motion Pictures Intrashot Communication - Camera Movement • Dolly (Traveling of Tracking) shot. You get up out of your chair and move through space, forwards, backwards, paralleling, following, preceding. “Day for Night” (1973) Francois Truffauthttp://youtu.be/Tty1zHKNp6o
    16. 16. Technology of Motion Pictures Intrashot Communication - Camera Movement • Dolly (Traveling of Tracking) shot. You get up out of your chair and move through space, forwards, backwards, paralleling, following, preceding.http://youtu.be/Tty1zHKNp6o
    17. 17. Technology of Motion Pictures Intrashot Communication - Camera Movement • Dolly (Traveling of Tracking) shot. “Jules and Jim” (1962) Francois Truffauthttp://www.tcm.com/mediaroom/index/?o_cid=mediaroomlink&cid=245567
    18. 18. Technology of Motion Pictures Intrashot Communication - Camera Movement • Dolly (Traveling of Tracking) shot.http://vimeo.com/28202383
    19. 19. Technology of Motion Pictures Intrashot Communication - Camera Movement • Dolly (Traveling of Tracking) shot. “Endorphin” (2009) Michael J. Siroishttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uRGdFU-DS7U
    20. 20. Technology of Motion PicturesIntrashot Communication - Camera MovementDolly (Traveling of Tracking) shot. “Jaws” (1975) Steven Spielberg
    21. 21. Technology of Motion PicturesIntrashot Communication - Camera MovementDolly (Traveling of Tracking) shot. “Sunrise” (1927) F.W. Murnau
    22. 22. Technology of Motion PicturesIntrashot Communication - Camera MovementDolly (Traveling of Tracking) shot. “Sunrise” (1927) F.W. Murnau
    23. 23. Technology of Motion PicturesIntrashot Communication - Camera MovementDolly (Traveling of Tracking) shot. “Casablanca” (1942) MichaelCurtiz
    24. 24. Technology of Motion PicturesIntrashot Communication - Camera MovementDolly (Traveling of Tracking) shot. “Casablanca” (1942) MichaelCurtiz
    25. 25. Technology of Motion Pictures Intrashot Communication - Camera Movement • Dolly (Traveling of Tracking) shot. • Dolly/Zoom: Dollying and Zooming the lens at the same time. • “La Haine” (1995) Mathieu Kassovitzhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iv41W6iyyGs
    26. 26. Technology of Motion Pictures Intrashot Communication - Camera Movement • Dolly (Traveling of Tracking) shot. • Dolly/Zoom (Vertigo Shot): Dollying and Zooming the lens at the same time. “Jaws” (1975) Steven Spielberghttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=svEPWBxpYjo
    27. 27. Technology of Motion Pictures Intrashot Communication - Camera Movement • Dolly (Traveling of Tracking) shot. • Dolly/Zoom (Vertigo shot): Dollying and Zooming the lens at the same time.http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FPBYOIetRdw
    28. 28. Technology of Motion Pictures Intrashot Communication - Camera Movement • Dolly (Traveling of Tracking) shot. • Dolly/Zoom (Vertigo Shot): Dollying and Zooming the lens at the same time.http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-Vm54QL8iZc
    29. 29. Technology of Motion PicturesIntrashot Communication - Camera Movement.• Crane Shot: You leave your seat and move through space, unencumbered by gravity, forwards, backwards, paralleling, following, preceding, ascending, descending. “Day for Night” 1973 Francois Truffaut
    30. 30. Technology of Motion Pictures Intrashot Communication - Camera Movement. • Crane Shot: Shot taken from a mobile device that can move forward and backward and up and down. “The Formorian” (2007) Aideen McCarthyhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZK2U-LXXQ6k
    31. 31. Technology of Motion Pictures Intrashot Communication - Camera Movement. • Crane Shot: Shot taken from a mobile device that can move forward and backward and up and down. “Gone With The Wind” (1939) Victor Fleminghttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MWShydqVGfI
    32. 32. Technology of Motion PicturesIntrashot Communication - Camera Movement• Crane Shot: Shot taken from a mobile device that can move forward and backward and up and down. “Notorious” (1946) Alfred Hitchcock
    33. 33. Technology of Motion Pictures Intrashot Communication - Camera Movement • Crane Shot: Shot taken from a mobile device that can move forward and backward and up and down. “Touch of Evil” (1958) Orson Welleshttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Yg8MqjoFvy4
    34. 34. Technology of Motion Pictures Intrashot Communication - Camera Movement • Crane Shot: Shot taken from a mobile device that can move forward and backward and up and down. “High Noon” (1952) Fred Zinnemannhttp://www.tcm.com/mediaroom/video/247745/High-Noon-Movie-Clip-Frank-Miller.html
    35. 35. Technology of Motion PicturesIntrashot Communication - Camera Movement• Crane Shot: Shot taken from a mobile device that can move forward and backward and up and down. “Singin’ in the Rain” (1952) Kelly and Donen
    36. 36. Technology of Motion PicturesIntrashot Communication - Camera Movement• Crane Shot: Shot taken from a mobile device that can move forward and backward and up and down. “Singin’ in the Rain” (1952) Kelly and Donen
    37. 37. Technology of Motion PicturesIntrashot Communication - Camera Movement• Aerial Shot: Shot taken from a helicopter, airplane, or other flying device. “The Shawshank Redemption” (1994) Frank Darabonthttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wyDifF2_Csk
    38. 38. Technology of Motion Pictures Intrashot Communication - Camera Movement • Steadicam – No wheels, no platformhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kXQP3mlPA_s
    39. 39. Technology of Motion Pictures Intrashot Communication - Camera Movement • Steadicamhttp://vimeo.com/9035023
    40. 40. Technology of Motion Pictures Intrashot Communication - Camera Movement • Steadicam “Snake Eyes’ (1998) Brian DePalmahttp://vimeo.com/3235512
    41. 41. Technology of Motion Pictures Intrashot Communication - Camera Movement • Hand-held – “Faces” (1968) John Cassaveteshttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9595kcSEc4A
    42. 42. Technology of Motion Pictures Intrashot Communication - Camera Movement • Hand-held – “Green Zone” (2009) Paul Greenglasshttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bkTpAYrLcOo
    43. 43. Technology of Motion Pictures Intrashot Communication - Camera Movement • Hand-held – “Cloverfield” (2008) Matt Reeveshttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ufYF0f-zMgY
    44. 44. Technology of Motion Pictures Intrashot Communication - Camera Movement • “Following” An Essay by Matt Zoller Seitzhttp://www.thelmagazine.com/newyork/following/Content?oid=1185679

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