Of camera movement and one example from the film that

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of camera movement and one example from the film that you think best illustrates an expressive use of shot scale (framing distance). Explain how your two chosen examples create meanings, define characters/settings, etc. Be sure to use as many film terms as possible as you describe your examples.
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Camerawork & Cinematography terms Mobile Framing Static/stationary camera Panning Tilting Tracking (or Dollying) Craning POV shot Hand-held Perspective Relations: Focal Length of Lens & Focus Depth Normal (Renaissance perspective) Wide-angle Telephoto Zoom (Optical Movement) Shallow focus Selective focus Deep focus Gregg Toland Racking focus Duration Long take Jean Renoir Photographic Qualities: Film Stock Film speed Overexpose, underexpose Filters Tinting Photographic Qualities: Speed of Motion Slow-motion Fast-motion Time-lapse Freeze-frame Pixillation Special Effects Superimposition Miniatures/models Composite shot (or "Process shot"/"Process work") Rear Projection Matte shot (or "Matte work") Stationary matte Traveling matte Digital composite shot "Blue screen" CGI (Computer Generated Imagery)
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