Composing for constantly changing visuals


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Composing for constantly changing visuals

In this movie, we are going to go a little deeper with the idea of changing visuals over time. With video, you are looking for more than a single best shot and you look for images that play out over time. Looking for change has a lot to do with that. Think again about a still photo. We look at photographs one at a time. Indeed, a lot of our experience of photographs is based on individual images that we see on the wall, on page of a book, in an advertisement, and so forth.

You may have heard the phrase "the decisive moment." This comes from the work of photographer Henri Cartier-Bresson. Cartier-Bresson was a French photographer known for his impeccable compositions of street scenes. His photographs work so well, because he took the picture at the decisive moment where everything in a scene all came together in a great picture. That's something all photographers strive to do in a photograph. We want to find that decisive moment when dancers hit a peak action.

We want that dec...

Composing for constantly changing visuals
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Composing for constantly changing visuals provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Rob Sheppard as part of the Video for Photographers: Shooting with a DSLR

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