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What did you notice?. Did the director use long, medium or close-up shots? When? What is the color of the film clip? What other things do you notice? .

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what did you notice
What did you notice?
  • Did the director use long, medium or close-up shots? When?
  • What is the color of the film clip?
  • What other things do you notice?
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Soft focus is when a director intentionally puts his or her subject out of focus (slightly) to make the image look soft or unclear. It can be used in a romantic movie to create a lighter mood. Can also be used to communicate uncertainty.

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Next,rack focus is a technique which allows the director to shift the audience’s attention (or focus) from one object to another in the same shot without cutting the scene.

angles positioning of the camera
Angles: Positioning of the camera

We will take a look at 4 camera positions:

  • Straight on angle or ey-

Camera is looking

straight at subject

angles positioning of the camera1
Angles: Positioning of the camera

We will take a look at 4 camera positions:

2. High angle-

Camera is ABOVE

subject looking DOWN

angles positioning of the camera2
Angles: Positioning of the camera

We will take a look at 4 camera positions:

3) Low angle

Camera is BELOW

the subject looking

UP

angles positioning of the camera3
Angles: Positioning of the camera

We will take a look at 4 camera positions:

4)Dutch angle

Camera is tilted;

images are off balance or off kilter

camera movement basically how the camera moves

Camera Movement:Basically, how the camera moves

There are 4 techniques we examine:

Pan

Tilt

Zoom

Dolly

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Pan

This is when the camera is moved horizontally from left to right or right to left.

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Tilt

This is when the camera is moved vertically up and down.

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Zoom

The camera magnifies an image. Zooming alters the focal length of the lens to give the illusion of moving closer to or further away from the action.

dolly
Dolly

This is like zooming, but the camera moves closer or further from the subject while simultaneously adjusting the zoom angle to keep the subject the same size in the frame. The effect is that the subject appears stationary while the background size changes (this is called perspective distortion).