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Moving the camera: Pulling back

Moving the camera: Pulling back: Creating a Short Film: 05 Directing
Moving the camera: Pulling back: Creating a Short Film: 05 Directing

A pull back is a camera move that moves the camera backwards, away from a subject. Pulling back tends to alienate and isolate subjects and characters, creating a feeling of loneliness and sadness. But this type of move can also be used for the opposite purpose, to create a sense of freedom and power. Directors can also use such camera moves to reveal things to the audience.

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Filmmaking Video Video Pre-Production

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