Television Broadcasting 1
Students will be able to understand and demonstrate knowledge of the correct operation of the camera.
Definition and explanation of the camera movement: Arc
This website gives tips on how to improve your camera work by taking control of your camera.
Camera Movement Techniques
Learn to develop a variety of basic camera movement techniques to move your audience when the scene calls for a tilt, pan, zoom, pedestal, dolly, or truck.
Basic definition and explanation of the camera movement: Pan
Definition and explanation of the camera movement: Tilt
This web site gives tips on how to get the most out of your camera.
Composition: The Frame
Simple guide to framing the subject and background information your photograph.
Definition and explanation of the camera movement: Dolly
Headroom and Noseroom
Brief explanation of proper framing using headroom and nose room.
How to Choose a Tripod
Basic guide to help you select an appropriate tripod for the work you are doing.
How to Use a Tripod
This web psge provides simple techniques and tips on how to use a tripod.
Parts of a Camcorder
This video clip helps you get to know the basic parts of a camcorder allowing users to operate their devices more effectively and determine more precisely any potential causes of a problem.
Definition and explanation of the camera movement: Pedestal
Point-of-View Shot (POV)
Explanation and examples of point of view (POV) are given on this webpage.
Setting Up a Camera Tripod
Information and pictures on setting up a tripod.
Brief descriptions of the most common shot types, framing, and picture composition.
The Rule of Thirds
Definition and explanation of creating a picture using the rule of thirds.
Definition and explanation of the camera movement: Trucking
Video Camera Tripods
How to use camera tripods.
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