Hollywood has long known that filling the screen with the subject—or part of the subject—adds visual power and brings the audience into the action. For example, if you’re shooting a baby at mealtime, try for a close-up of a messy mouth.
Browse: Home » Get close to your subject.
Subscribe To Get Amazing Tips
- Hits such as “Sex, Lies, and Videotape,” “King of the Hill,” “Erin Brockovich,” and “Traffic” established Steven …Read More »
- Following “The End” of an indie movie I recently saw, there came the credits for …Read More »