A cinematographer is responsible for making lighting choices, placing cameras and adjusting camera movements to enhance the scene
The lighting is crucial. Cinematographers must understand how the light reflects off subjects and enhances mood and setting.
Cinematographers choose the lens, framing, camera placement, focal length and depth of field.
Make the camera work for different shots and how it follows and flows through a scene. Camera movement involves fixed shots, crane shots, dolly work, handhelds, tilts and pans.
The Elements and Principles of Cinematography
Shot sizes, angles, and movements are the heart of an exceptional camerawork, which, combined with a lighting crafted to enhance emotions, forms the essence of cinematography.
These techniques provoke, inspire, frighten, relieve, and amaze us.
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Elements of cinematography from Brian Turner
*Analyze your Re-Mix Video Clip*
1. Everyone analyze for the following elements of Narrative & Cinematography
- Setting Scope
- Point of View
2. Someones transcribe the script
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