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Camera Movement


Saturday, Oct 14, 2017 - 02:10:07 am

@ Fits

Camera Movement

Hello! Above is the pdf version of my slides for camera movement. Here are some notes to go along with the links that are available in the pdf.

Pan: Moving the camera lens to one side or another.

Reason: To show the audience the entire room/set. Panning from one character to someone who walks through the door to Read more →

Categories: Gallery
Hi Fitri, thank you for posting it! It would be great if you could post a link with an example of the 'Vertigo' effect or Dolly-Zoom to illustrate how the camera movement can enhance certain feelings. For sure, the effect differs if you watch it on a mobile phone or in a more immersive setting such as on an iMAX screen.

Presentation Schedule

Rebecca Yang

Wednesday, Sep 13, 2017 - 11:13:40 am

@ rebe0009

Norah – Narrative Structure (20/9/2017)

Rebecca – Timelaspe (20/9/2017)

Clara – Sound and Image (27/9/2017)

Donn – Still Images as a Movie & The Power of Editing (27/9/2017)

Han Feng – The Power of Editing (Battleship Potemkin) (4/10/2017)

Fitri –  Moving the Camera or the Object (Vertigo, Hitchcock) (4/10/2017)

Xuedi – Composition and Colour (11/10/2017)

Categories: Gallery | Process
Thank you!

Presentation Topic

Zhang Xuedi

Tuesday, Sep 12, 2017 - 11:41:18 pm

@ droplets

Composition and Colour

List of movies:


Categories: Process
Hi Xuedi, looks like this is your theme ;-) I proposed a movie by Jaques Tati, for example Playtime, but I'm happy to hear about your suggestions


Han Feng

Wednesday, Aug 23, 2017 - 09:40:02 am

@ hfmak



Rebecca Yang

Wednesday, Aug 16, 2017 - 11:42:01 am

@ rebe0009

Here is my self indulgent GIF!! Hehe.

That's fun! The colour-scheme works very well with the 256 colour limitation. You could try different speeds and also align all images and have only one part moving.