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Unformatted text preview: ● framing your shots is important ○ the foreground ■ your subject ■ edges of the screen are the frame, and you can decide what’s in it ■ what do you want to have in your frame? ■ what do you want to exclude? ■ how close or far away do you want your subject to be? ○ the backgrounds ○ framing your subject involves an initial decision about how close you want to be to your subject ○ move the camera closer or you can zoom in ■ aesthetics ■ results in having the subject fill more of the screen ● wide shot shows the subject and a lot of background and surrounding space ● mid-shot can be from the waist up ● close-up might be head-and shoulders ● an extreme close-up might be just part of the face ● have a variety of shots, from wide to mid to close ● certain types of framed shots are standard in moviemaking...
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- Fall '14
- Film techniques, Film editing, 180 degree rule, thirds lines