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Secondary Research

Secondary Research

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Published by: RhysWalsh on Dec 02, 2013
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Rhys Walsh
Secondary Research
Here I will explaining what helped me and my group (Davy Pinnuck and myself) to plan our Opening sequence and think of ideas for it. I will be using videos, pictures and articles to show the information I found and I will also source where all the information comes from. For our Opening Sequence, we will be filming an
 sequence about a Bank Heist. In Action/Thrillers, a favourited camera shot is a close up, they use this camera shot to show feelings on characters faces but also to possibly show something close behind the main character. As you can see from the close up picture on the left, they use the shot to show the clown behind the main character. They also use longshots a lot in Action/Thrillers as it can show the surrounding scene. They may use this shot to allow the audience to get a feeling of the scene and the characters surroundings. We will use these a lot in our Opening sequence. Source: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0OYBEquZ_j0 
 Camera Shots
This is an article explain why and how camera shots are used in Action films to show Action. It explains what different camera shots are used and how they would have an effect on the film. Source:

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