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Lesson 10. Shooting with Hollywood-Style... > Getting Coverage in Your Scene

Getting Coverage in Your Scene

We touched on the relationships between shots in Lesson 8. There, you learned that each shot needs to have at least one other corresponding shot with which it has a natural dynamic. This section will outline the most important (and easiest to get) shots that create this dynamic.

Christopher is not doing a documentary on ceramics or even on his daughter; he's just making a sketch of a moment in her life. The still photos were far better for getting bits and pieces of the whole event (arriving, painting, chatting, and eating cake). The video is intended to preserve a moment and make it interesting. The moment he chooses is the painting.


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