Camera Composition and Movement

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Camera Composition and Movement

  1. 1. CAMERA MOVEMENTAND COMPOSITION
  2. 2. Close Up (CU)Top of head to shoulders
  3. 3. Medium Shot (MS)Top of head to waist
  4. 4. Wide Shot (WS)Top of head to feet
  5. 5. Long Shot (LS)Anything wider than a wide shot
  6. 6. Extreme Close Up (ECU)Anything closer than a Close Up (CU)
  7. 7. HeadroomIt’s important to leave space above the top ofthe head and the top of the frame. It should bejust a small amount – too much headroom looks
  8. 8. NoseroomIn profile shot, it’s important to leave spacebetween the nose and the side of the frame. Itshould be a significant amount - too little
  9. 9. The Rule of ThirdsCreate a 3x3 grid on your shot, and alignthe main subject along the intersection ofthe lines.
  10. 10. Camera Movements Pan - Horizontal camera movement Tilt - Vertical camera movement Zoom - Electronic camera movement Dolly - Physical camera movement using a dolly.

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