Contains over 11 minutes of extensive video content and analysis.
You will learn:
- The impact camera movement has on viewers’ emotions.
- How a camera can play into the emotion of a scene.
- How to orientate your audience, and how NOT to.
- Utilizing camera and movement to provide story details without cutting.
- Understanding how lenses can affect audience perspective.
- How to manipulate what the audiences takes in.
- How to create a camera language for each character in your story.
- Creating movement that will work for the scene.
- Understanding your director’s vision and how to deliver that on screen.
- How to interpret scripts for the screen
- How to create interesting compositions to keep your audience in the story.
Every single frame in a movie, commercial, or music video expresses some type of emotion. Whether it be sorrow, energy, or anger… Something within that frame is going to steer your audience in a specific emotional direction. In this content, Shane Hurlbut, ASC discusses his cinematography work on “Waist Deep” and how important the camera’s movement was to each scene. Movies, at the end of the day, are illustrations, windows into that character’s life. By the time you finish this, you’ll understand the basic principles to feeding information and manipulating your audience through utilizing camera emotion.
Shane’s Inner Circle members through 3/19/18 received this content as part of their membership.