Wuhan Micro Movie Guardian
2019-05-06 Guardian-Wuhan Microfilm2019-05-06
In most cases, micro-films are mainly shot in the flat. However, flat film is used uniformly throughout the film, which will make the viewer feel dull and boring. Occasionally changing the shooting angle will add a lot of color to the movie.
Shooting from bottom to top
The pictures taken at different angles convey different information. The same thing, because different viewing angles will produce different psychological feelings. Looking at a target, the viewer will feel that the target seems to be particularly tall, regardless of whether the target is a person or a scene. If you want to make the subject's image look taller, you can lower the camera's shooting angle and shoot upwards. Shooting in this way can strengthen the subject's status and make the subject appear more majestic and tall.
When shooting close-up close-ups of people, different shooting angles can bring significant changes to the expression of these people. If you shoot up from a low angle, you can improve the person's mighty and tall image. Will make the protagonist's status better. If the camera is mounted low enough, the lens will be more upwards, which will make the person more deterrent, and even the protagonist's words will increase the weight. Viewing such a picture, the audience will have a sense of oppression, especially the close-up lens, the performance is particularly strong, the character lowered his head a little, and even a little threat.