Camera Moment

Camera movement refers to the actual or perceived physical movement of the camera apparatus through space. At its most basic level, camera movement creates a sensation in the spectator that he or she is moving through space.

# 1 Camera Pan:

Camera Pan is when the camera moves from left to right, which is a horizontal movement.

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# 2 Tilt

Camera Tilts refers to the up and down movement of the camera. This is a vertical moment that is used to show a building or a  person.

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# 3 Dolly

Dollying is where the camera is attach to a wheel. This is done to allow more freedom of movement during filming, as well as it is often used for inside shots. This is used to shot action.

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# 4 Track

Tracking is where the camera follows the action on rails or tracks. This movement is used to follow action.

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NOTE: Tracking is similar to dollying but the difference is that in dollies the camera is moved toward or away from the subject, whereas in a tracking, the camera is moved sideways, parallel to an object.

http://sophiesmediatheory.wordpress.com/2013/02/27/camera-movement/

http://mutantville.com/blog/fun-with-camera-movement

http://fineartstextualanalysis.blogspot.com/2012/09/camera-movement.html

http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/9/9c/Pan1.gif

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