Hollywood Directing MasterClass: How to Add Eye Candy to Your Shot
How do you make your shots feel like they have movement? How do you create energy or the illusion of energy and excitement when it’s a standard two shot? Directing and camera movement guru Gil Bettman breaks down how to add “eye candy” to your shots in the video below. Get ready to take notes.
This video on how to add “eye candy” to your shot is from Gil Bettman’s best selling online course: Hollywood Film & Television Directing Masterclass (EXCLUSIVE 80% OFF)
In this online course, you’ll learn When to Move the Camera in your next film and video production. The key here is that camera movement must be invisible. It should serve the story without calling attention to itself. Next, learn How To Move the Camera most effectively by systematically fulfilling Five Tasks when designing each moving master shot. Finally, learn how a master of visual design like Zemeckis customizes his application of these Five Tasks to the unique demands of each scene.
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