“A film is never really good unless the camera is an eye in the head of a poet.”
Deep focus: A very wide depth of field.
Depth of field: The distance between the nearest and farthest objects in focus.
Dutch: Tilting the camera is called a “dutch” or a “canted” shot. This movement increases the dynamics of the shot.
Eye-level shot: Provide an image that is roughly at the eye level of the talent (in a studio show) or the average viewing audience.
High-angle shots: Provide a view from above the subject.
Low-angle shots: Provide a view from below the subject.
Pan shot: The pivoting of a camera to the left or right.
Tilt: Moving the camera up or down.
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