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Video composition and tips with camera movement

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Video composition and tips with camera movement

  1. 1. Video CompositionA guide to creating better videos
  2. 2. Visual Composition RulesMany centuries ago, artists developed rules to guide themwhen painting or positioning objects in a rectangular frame.They discovered that certain placements were more pleasingand that the eye was drawn to some areas of the canvas morereadily.Many of these rules can guide us when shooting film for avideo production.
  3. 3. The Rule of ThirdsWhen shooting a close-up of the face, the eyes are the centerof attention : divide the screen into thirds and try to composeyour shot so theyre at one of the points where the linesintersect.
  4. 4. The Rule of ThirdsWhen framing your subject, move the camera so that theprominent subject element falls along one of the third lines,preferably at a point where the lines intersect.
  5. 5. The Rule of ThirdsFor more pleasing visual images, the rule of thirds is animportant guideline to consider when framing your scenes.
  6. 6. Visual Composition Rules Distracting Backgrounds Lead Space Headroom
  7. 7. Notice what is behind.the subject. Sometimes this can distract aviewer so they do not watch the subject.
  8. 8. HeadroomHeadroom refers to the amount ofspace between the top of a person’shead and the top of your frame. Toomuch headroom makes the personappear to be shrinking.Two guides to help withHeadroom. One: Put the personseyes at the upper horizontal ruleof third line. Two: Imagineapproximately half the height ofthe persons forehead betweenthe top of their head and the topedge of the screen.
  9. 9. Lead RoomLead room (Lead space or nose room)refers to the space in front of yoursubject. Leave extra space in thedirection your subject is looking. Lead room also is used by aiming the camera so there is more space ahead of a moving subject.
  10. 10. MergersMergers are objects or people inthe background that interfere ordistract from the subject.Note the two headed giraffe. The tree in the background looks like this gentlemen has antlers.
  11. 11. Video ReviewTo ReviewClick in Black AreaBut not on words
  12. 12. Television Production: A Classroom Approach, 2nd editionVideographyTips
  13. 13. Television Production: A Classroom Approach, 2nd editionVideography TipsFill the screen.Provide detail.Detail shots from“How to Change aTire” student video
  14. 14. Television Production: A Classroom Approach, 2nd editionVideography TipsVantage Point a position or place that affords a wide or advantageous perspective; viewpoint: Source: to survey a valley from the vantage point of a high hill. "vantage point." Dictionary.com Unabridged (v 1.1). Random House, Inc. 12 Sep. 2007. <Dictionary.com http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/vantage point>. Create your shot, then record. 14
  15. 15. Television Production: A Classroom Approach, 2nd editionVideography TipsCreate your shot, then record. To create a shot, walk to the subject, don’t just stand in the middle of the room and “zoom.” This allows for a greater field of view which is more appealing.
  16. 16. Television Production: A Classroom Approach, 2nd editionVideography Tips Find the proper level for your shot. The lens of the camera should be at the same height as the talents eyes. incorrect correct
  17. 17. Television Production: A Classroom Approach, 2nd editionVideography TipsBeware of backlighting.This happens when thebackground is brighterthan the subject, oftenoccurs when a window is Backlightingbehind the subject. Correct Trust the viewfinder or viewscreen. Learn about the symbols and words. Record is often red and pause is often green.
  18. 18. Protocol for recording Roll plenty of videotape before and after the “action.”Each clip should have a minimum ofsix seconds before and after thescene. (10 seconds recommended)for Log and Capture using Final CutPro.This extra time will also allow time for transitions if you log andcapture an extra second or two of the clip.
  19. 19. Protocol for recording Do not break time code. When recording you must not leave any gaps in recordingson your tape. If you review a recording in the field make sureyou start each recording before the six seconds end of the lastrecorded clip.Hours Frames Minutes Seconds The Camera Time Code often does not have a frame counter
  20. 20. Television Production: A Classroom Approach, 2nd editionVideography Tips Create depth (foreground, middle ground, background.) Avoid scenes with a flat wall or similar situation directly behind the subject. No depth Correct
  21. 21. Television Production: A Classroom Approach, 2nd editionVideography Tips Use a tripod as it is hard to hold a camera steady without a tripod or steady cam. Act professionally and be polite.
  22. 22. Television Production: A Classroom Approach, 2nd editionCameramovements
  23. 23. Television Production: A Classroom Approach, 2nd editionTripod Camcorder MovementsPan - Pivothorizontal ontripod.“Pan left.”“Pan right.”Tilt – pivotvertically ontripod.“Tilt up.”“Tilt down.” 23
  24. 24. Television Production: A Classroom Approach, 2nd editionTripod Camcorder Movements Truck – move tripod side to side. “Truck left.” “Truck right.” Dolly move tripod in or towards and out or away from set. “Dolly in.” “Dolly out.” 24
  25. 25. Television Production: A Classroom Approach, 2nd editionTripod Camcorder Movements Raising and lowering the tripod “Crank up.” “Crank down.”

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