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Ultimate Guide to Camera Movement — Every Camera Movement Technique Explained [The Shot List Ep6]
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00:00 Camera Movement Techniques
01:18 Static Shots
03:55 Whip Pan
07:07 Push In
09:05 Pull Out
11:55 Crash Zoom
12:50 Dolly Zoom
15:36 Camera Roll
24:23 Random Movement
26:27 Camera Movement Exercise: Star Wars Scene
28:05 Final Takeaways
Camera movement is a surefire way to amplify your visual storytelling. Whether you opt for a dolly shot, a tracking shot, or decide to go handheld, a simple scene can turn into an electrifying moment. In this video essay, Episode 6 of The Shot List, we’re going to cover every type of camera movement in film. From the storytelling value of each camera movement to the camera movement techniques necessary to pull them off.
First up is the static shot — the absence of camera movement. Static shots are perfect for dialogue scenes or when you want to showcase the actor’s performance. A pan shot is a go-to when you want to reveal context, setting, or even build suspense. A whip pan can be a dynamic way to transition between characters in a scene or between different scenes. The tilt is a camera movement typically used to introduce characters or show the size and scope of a location.
Pushing the camera in or pulling out are camera movements designed to either connect or disconnect the audience to a character or a situation. A zoom shot is not technically a camera movement because it is a function of the lens magnifying or de-magnifying the image. But when you combine it with a dolly camera movement, you can create a striking and cinematic camera movement called a dolly zoom. The dolly zoom effect compresses or stretches the background around the subject for an evocative and powerful camera shot. When a camera rolls, the world is literally turned upside down.
Tracking shots will lead or follow the subject and can be utilized in any number of situations. When the camera follows parallel to the subject, it is known as trucking. When the camera movement surrounds the subject to make them feel surrounded or perhaps heroic, you’ve got yourself an arc shot. A boom shot is a vertical camera movement, which can be subtle or grand like a crane shot. The final camera movement is handheld with random shake and/or seemingly arbitrary zooms. When you’re going for documentary realism, this is the ideal approach to camera movement.
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