Cineliteracy(camera moves)

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Cineliteracy(camera moves)

  1. 1. Camera Movement The Semantics of Film-Making: Part IVThe Semantics of Film-Making: Part IV
  2. 2. Camera Moves  Panning: Horizontal movement  Tracking a moving subject, or surveying a scene (usually using a camera on a tripod).  Tilting: Vertical Movement  Looking the subject up and down (usually using a camera on a tripod).  Tracking: Forward or Backward Movement  Travelling toward, away from, or around the action/object; or Keeping up with the action using a dolly (camera on a track) or a hand-held camera (allowing natural jolting to occur).  Zooming: Enlarging or Reducing Movement  Not really a camera movement because to zoom the camera is still, but an illusion of movement is created through a lens effect. Changes what is foregrounded or backgrounded in a shot, to alter the mood of a scene, or bring the audience’s attention to something in particular.

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