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    • Camera Movement & Camera Angles By: Hans Lauture
    • Camera Movement
      • Panning
      • Tilting
      • Dolly (truck or track)
      • Zoom In and Out
    • Panning
      • Horizontal movement from left to right.
      • For a smooth movement for a scene, camera is placed on a tripod.
    • Tilting
      • Creates vertical movement.
      • On the tripod the camera is either pointing up or down.
    • Dolly
      • Sometimes called tracking or trucking.
      • Camera is placed on a moving vehicle or machine to move closer or away from subject.
      • Also can move alongside of an action scene.
    • Zoom In
      • Camera doesn’t move but focal lens changes by giving the effect of movement to get a close up of an object.
    • Zoom Out
      • Same thing as a zoom in but focal lens changes and moves out to give a wide shot of a scene.
    • Camera Angles
      • High Angle
      • Low Angle
      • Eye level
    • High Angle
      • The camera is elevated over the scene.
      • Usually means something is less significant or scary and sometimes objects may seem smaller.
    • Low Angle
      • Camera is down looking up at a subject.
      • This increases height and this added height of the subject might inspire fear or insecurity also dominance or triumph.
    • Eye Level
      • Camera is place six or five feet off the ground.
      • A neutral shot, positioned as a person observing a scene.
      • Used in most shots.
      • www.mediaknowall.com/camangles
      • www.mediacollege.com/video/shots/movement
      • www.interactivenations.com
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