Unformatted text preview: capture the focus of your audience and use it to know when to bring in certain sounds that captivate what is going on in the whole picture. In some cases you may shoot a piece with one long continuous take, but it might be better to shoot a short take to allow for other shots to accompany the final piece. You also can ‘t make something that’s so long it loses your audiences attention. If you didn’t look closely at motion then you wouldn’t have the major I’m in. Motion is what makes the cameras run, along with the people in each take. Its important to realizes this to show the appropriate camera movement so that the shot is fluid with the other parts that you are shooting. You also need to look at the movement of the objects in your shot if they are moving in distraught ways then the shot will not fit in with the rest of the piece....
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This note was uploaded on 06/05/2008 for the course FMVD 115 taught by Professor Raven during the Spring '08 term at Drexel.
- Spring '08