Bridges changes the camera angle from sir randolph

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Bridges changes the camera angle from Sir Randolph Nettleby to Sir Reuben Hergesheimer. He does that to show Sir Reuben Hergesheimer instead of Sir Randolph Nettleby. There are too many examples to count of point of view camera angle in this film alone. By using specific camera angles you can also create emotion. Camera angles used throughout a film can be used to create a feeling or a emotion. An example of this during the film is when they showed the “peasant’s” wounds and his death. Which creates an atmosphere of sadness and pity for that character. Also, makes all of the other characters reassess the situation of that sport as barbaric and driving the visitors to reexamine their relationships.
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Daniels, 2 In conclusion, there are various examples of how Alan Bridges uses camera angles to create a story. He uses camera angles to create a point of view and by shifting the camera angle he creates another point of view at different points of the film. He also uses camera angles to induce feelings and emotions during his films such as basically all directors do. The camera angles add another important element to literature of storytelling which makes film making so important to study in our course.
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  • Spring '18
  • Mark Olson
  • Film techniques, Film editing, Alan Bridges

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