Framing Your Shot – Composition and Storytelling

Framing Your Shot – Composition and Storytelling

How do you frame and compose a scene? How do you frame different types of shots? How do you change the story in a shot by merely moving the camera?

In this cutdown video, Matthew Encina demonstrates how moving the camera around in a scene can drastically change its meaning and impact. By using different angles and lenses, you can change what the viewer is looking at, and how they perceive the subjects in the scene.

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Credits:
Executive Producer– Chris Do
Host– Matthew Encina
Director– Erica Pead
Cinematography– Aaron Szekely, Mark Contreras
Editor– Stewart Schuster, Erica Pead
Futur Theme Music – Adam Sanborne
Annotations– Melissa Katherine
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Futur theme song— Adam Sanborne

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