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  • 1. FRAMNG SHOTS Framing - same as for still images - Don’t just point – compose the shot Wide shot (WS) Medium shot (MS) Close up (CU) Over Shoulder (OS) Insert Cutaway (CA)
  • 2. RULE OF THIRDS
  • 3. Wide Shot
  • 4. Medium shot
  • 5. Close up
  • 6. Over Shoulder
  • 7. Insert
  • 8. Cutaway
  • 9. 4 BASIC CAMERA MOVEMENTS  Pan  Tilt  Zoom  Track / Follow
  • 10. PAN The framing moves left & right, with no vertical movement Hold first image for 3 seconds, pan very slowly and hold last image for 3 seconds Avoid ‘fire hosing’ effect by using sparingly
  • 11. TILT The framing moves up & down, with no horizontal movement Tilt up (high angle shot) to give illusion of height Tilt down (low angle shot) to create steepness Use a tripod!
  • 12. ZOOM Regarded as ‘old fashioned’ today! Film directors tend to use ‘insert’ rather than zoom in Use as a cropping tool to set up the shot before recording If using Zoom during recording  zoom in from a long shot and hold  zoom out from a close-up and hold Don’t overuse – leads to trombone effect
  • 13. TRACK / FOLLOW Holding the camera (or with camera mounted) - you track or follow the action whilst walking. Use a ‘dolly’ or improvise Aim for continuity
  • 14. 7 Deadly Sins of Camera Work DEADLY SIN REMEDY Backlighting  Light source in front Headhunting  Medium shot Wrong angle  Subject at eye level Jogging –movement  Hold camera steady Trombone effect  Zoom in / out …hold…cut Snapshotting Hosepiping  Don’t cut too quickly  Smooth panning Seven Deadly Sins http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A-6tWTPTmcE&feature=related