Break the rules of filmmaking and learn how to visually tell a story using creative camera framing. Too much headpsace, cutting off limbs and other weird camera framing is not always a bad thing. Learn to tell a cinematic story with your camera.
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Hello you guys and welcome back after a nice and relaxing weekend. For us I guess, Jordy had a somewhat less nice weekend. As you probably saw in the video or are going to see, he broke his wrist. He decided to learn a new skateboarding trick on Saturday called the Laser Flip. A very difficult flip trick which is the counter part of the 360 flip. Maybe this is all Greek to you, well for me too. But Jordy did a whole explanation about the tricks and this is what I remembered. And of course the fact that he broke his wrist, the poor guy! First he sliced his finger and nail and now his wrist, It’s not going great for him!
But luckily he still has Cinecom where he can release his creativity onto the world. This week we are going to show you how to make a creative camera framing. This topic is in line with a workshop we gave for 5 day deal. This is a 5 day event where multiple famous filmmakers, like Hollywood DP Shane Hurlbut, create workshops or lessons that are combined in a bundle and then sold with a enormous discount of 91%. Which means you can buy a Filmmaker bundle with professional tools and tips valued at over 1000$ for just 99$! That is a deal you can’t let pass by, so hurry and get your own 5 day deal!
In the creative camera framing workshop we talk about the basic framings, how to tell a story with them. Most of you of course know the basic framings like a long shot, medium shot, a close-up and all the variations on them. Well in our Creative Tuesday tutorial we are going to break them all and show you some tips on how to use them wrong but still in a right way. We are going to play with the head space, which can tell a lot about the situation and the character. But we are also going to show you how you can cut into you subject, something you usually don’t do.
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