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Frame within a frame

Frame within a frame

Using a frame within a frame is a great way to draw your audience’s attention to part…

Undershot

Undershot

An undershot is when the camera is positioned directly beneath the subject, looking up. Given that this is an unusual…

Wide angle close up

Wide angle close up

Getting close to your subject with a wide angle lens will distort the fact of your actor and…

Deep staging

Deep staging

Deep staging is one of the secrets for creating engaging and aesthetically pleasing cinematic images. To create deep staging…

Back to the camera

Back to the camera

Positioning an actor with their back to the camera is one way to create a sense of mystery and…

No nose room

No nose room

No nose room is a great way to make your characters seem trapped and without options. When…

Jonathan Demme close up

Jonathan Demme close up

What the heck is the Jonathan Demme Close Up and how does it differ from a regular tight close…

Tight close up

Tight close up

The tight close up is a terrific way to emphasise an actor’s performance and hint at their…

Inside out

Inside out

Although it can be a bit cliched, positioning your camera inside an object – such as a refrigerator,…

Crowding the frame

Crowding the frame

Crowding the frame is a great way to convey that your characters are threatened or have been…

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