Chapter 2. Sequential Images

It’s No Longer Just About the Shot


Whether you identify yourself as a photographer, videographer, or cinematographer, there is a lot of shared knowledge. All three think about composition and the related skills required when composing a frame to capture action in an artistic and compelling manner.

As you make the transition (or expansion) to video, the most difficult change you’ll need to make is how you think about capturing multiple images and arranging those into a scene or a sequence. When taking a photograph, you are isolating a fleeting moment and capturing it as a still image. When you shoot video, you will ...

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