camera tricks/angles and movement

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Camera Tricks/Angles and Movement :

Camera Tricks/Angles and Movement

How can you use this in your trailer to make it more creative to the audience? :

How can you use this in your trailer to make it more creative to the audience? By using more creative camera angles, tricks, and movements we can bring our trailer to life, making it more dynamic and more captivating for our audience. Examples of what we could use are: point of view and over the headshots. The establishing shot is a must so the audience knows what is happening and where. We will also use the tripod to create shots that look like from a dolly or crane shot by retracting the leg and using that to its full effect. To make our trailer look more professional, we will use techniques that will make the camera less jerky. Simple techniques such as standing with our feet apart will make us more stable, so making the camera more stable.

How will it add to the narrative/meaning of your story?:

How will it add to the narrative/meaning of your story? By using certain shots, we can put emphasis on certain parts of the trailer. For example, if an establishing shot contained a person, this emphasises the fact that this person is important in some way to the narrative/ meaning of our story. It can also give certain hints about what could happen, making the narrative progress. An example of this is when in a close up we see fear spread around the face, we know that something that scares that character is happening. We ’ ll soon find out what it is.

How does it make the audience engage with the characters? :

How does it make the audience engage with the characters? By putting emphasis on character and by following them throughout the trailer, we form opinions of a particular character. What theses opinions are dictated by the camera shots, angles and movements we use. First impressions are always good, but we want our character to develop throughout our narrative. We want our protagonist to be likeable so that the audience is on their side and willing them on.

What mood/atmosphere does it create for the audience? :

What mood/atmosphere does it create for the audience? We want the audience to become part of narrative. This should create a happy mood that will fluctuate with the film. By becoming more involved with the narrative we also want the audience to form the right ideas about the protagonist and the antagonist. The atmosphere will, hopefully, be lively, and it will have been the audience that created it.

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