Friday, 28 September 2018

Willow- Opening Sequence

Extreme Wide ShotClose UpMid ShotImage result for high angle shotImage result for low angle shotImage result for eye level shotImage result for reverse angle shotA tilt is a vertical camera movement in which the camera points up or down from a stationary location. For example, if you mount a camera on your shoulder and nod it up and down, you are tilting the camera.
Tilting is less common than panning because that's the way humans work — we look left and right more often than we look up and down.
The tilt should not be confused with the Dutch Tilt which means a deliberately slanted camera angle.
A variation of the tilt is the pedestal shot, in which the whole camera moves up or down.
The term tracking shot is widely considered to be synonymous with dolly shot; that is, a shot in which the camera is mounted on a cart which travels along tracks.
However there are a few variations of both definitions. Tracking is often more narrowly defined as movement parallel to the action, or at least at a constant distance (e.g. the camera which travels alongside the race track in track & field events). Dollying is often defined as moving closer to or further away from the action.
Some definitions specify that tracking shots use physical tracks, others consider tracking to include hand-held walking shots, Steadicam shots, etc.
Other terms for the tracking shot include trucking shot and crabbing shot.

Yesterday morning I created a Opening sequence DLO about camera effects. This was going to help the people who stayed here at school learn about different types of effects on the camera. I put in camera effects and definitions of 2 of the most important camera effects. Willow was actually a cool movie because it was based on fantasy and also it was broad casting a little baby princess getting saved from the evil queen Bavmorda.

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