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Chapter 12. Cameras > Viewing Scenes

Viewing Scenes

Camera placement determines the composition of your final image. It tells the viewer what is important and places the viewer in the scene. By positioning a camera properly, you can transform a scene from mediocre to memorable.

If you want to make viewers feel as if they are participating in a scene, place the camera at eye level. For example, if you are designing an architectural walk-through, the eye-level camera creates the feeling that the viewer is actually taking a tour of the building (Figure 12.2).


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