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Moving the camera: On a tripod

Moving the camera: On a tripod: Creating a Short Film: 05 Directing
Moving the camera: On a tripod: Creating a Short Film: 05 Directing

Perhaps the most common way of creating movement with a camera is to keep the camera stationary on a tripod and use the tripod head to create pan moves (to rotate the camera left and right) and tilt moves (to tilt the camera up and down). This essentially creates the effect of rotating the neck of the audience, and can be great for revealing information and more.

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Filmmaking Video Video Pre-Production

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