The “move” in movie refers mainly to what the subject does, for example, running or fighting. As a rule, avoid panning (that is, swiveling the camera side to side). Get a good position and let the subject act. While at times it makes sense to move the camera, remember this truth: nothing turns off an audience more than shaky camera work.
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