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Tag Archives: camera angles
Further introduction & impact angles… Say hi to Woody, I think he’ll be getting used quite a lot. Advertisements
I decided to film some of the compositions that had been set up for the tuesday morning class. To give myself an aim, I used one of the techniques I have read of and decided to try and introduce an … Continue reading
When introducing a character to a story for impact, if you place them in the centre of the screen it immediately implies they’re important. Trying various angles and focus’ to see what I think works best and why. (yes, i’m … Continue reading
I’ve been looking at videos that I personally find visually engaging, one of which is, Holocene, by Bon Iver. I think the angles and scenes are all very personable and quite personal. You feel an drawn into the visuals, obviously … Continue reading
An experimental video I done tonight using one piece of footage and manipulating it. I put gaps in to keep the viewer engaged. I think the blank snippets keep the viewer interested and more keen to know what’s coming next. … Continue reading
I tried using two different camera angles for the same clip. I was easy enough to match them up and change around from scene to scene, however, it was hard to get the colour balance right as i’m using two … Continue reading
What you can get with D3100. Interesting shots and use of camera angles… should try some out. Looks adventurous and mysterious but exciting. Lens? I think it’s an 18mm… must get one!