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Camera iv: camera movement

Camera iv:
camera movement

Camera Movement refers to the way in which the shot size, angle, distance and composition is altered including the pan, tilt and zoom of a camera.

The reason for the use of camera movement in a shot is to alter the relationship between the camera and the subject. It also gives the audience a different perspective and can construct representations of a type. through the use of camera movement techniques.

Pan

Pan simply refers to the horizontal movement of the camera from left to right or visa versa. It is used it include or exclude a subject from the frame.

Tilt

Tilt refers to the vertical movement of a camera angle, e.g. tilting the lens of a camera up and down rather than moving the entire body of a camera.

Tracking

A tracking shot is when the camera follows a specific subject on a horizontal plane throughout a shot so that they maintain their appearance in the frame.

Dolly Shot

A dolly shot is when the camera is mounted onto a dolly or cart so that it can be moved with a smooth transition. This also gives the user the ability to move the camera backwards/forwards whilst adjusting the zoom so that the subject can remain still in the frame and the background can appear to be getting closer or further away.

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