What are the 5 most important types of camera movement, why are they used, and what gear do you need to execute them? Let’s find out!
Use this guide to decide when to use a steadicam or gimbal, or go handheld.
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An analysis of the “Before you croak” scene from Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri.
A comprehensive analysis of the “Pencil Trick Scene” from Christopher Nolan’s The Dark Knight.
An analysis of the “finger gun” scene from Gran Torino.
How the Coen brothers used camera angles and movement in the coin toss scenes in No Country for Old Men.
An analysis of All About My Mother – Camera Angles and Movement, Blocking and Color.
A comprehensive analysis of the tavern scene in Sergio Leone’s Once Upon a Time in the West.
15 Essential Camera Shots, Angles and Movements – the easy way to put shots together for filmmakers.