Camera Movements and Shot Composition

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Camera Movements
and
Supports
Camera Supports
Shoulder- The most basic support also
the most flexible
 MonopodA single pole
on which you
can mount
the camera
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Camera Supports
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TripodA three-legged
camera mount
Includes legs, head,
quick release plate,
pan and tilt arm
Camera Supports
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PedestalHeavy camera
dolly that permits
raising and lowering
the camera while on air
Camera Supports
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Dolly- Camera support on wheels that
enables the camera to move in all
directions
Special Camera Supports
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Car MountsA bracket made
for the camera
with suction cups
attached that can
be secured to a
window or the
side of a car
Camera Supports
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SteadicamA mount worn
by the camera
operator that
uses various
springs to absorb
the wobbles and
jitters while you
move with a camera
Special Camera Supports
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Jib- Allows for all camera movements
while camera is attached to a long arm
Camera Supports
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Robotic PedestalA motor driven
pedestal and
mounting head
that is guided by
a computerized
system
Camera Movements
 Tilt- The movement of the lens of the camera
up and down
 Pan- The movement of the lens of the camera
left to right
 Cant- Tilting the shoulder mounted camera
sideways
Camera Movements
 Boom- To move the entire camera up and
down
 Dolly- Moving the camera toward or away
from the scene on a mobile camera mount
 Truck or Track- Moving the camera left or
right on a mobile camera mount
Camera Movements
 Arc- To move the camera on a dolly in a
slightly curved movement
 Zoom- Changing the focal length of the
lens through the use of camera zoom
control
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