Lesson 4

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For further reading on Composition, Frame Depth, Camera Angles, POV, Panning and Tracking:

Katz, Steven D. Film Directing Shot by Shot: visualizing from concept to screen. (Studio City, CA: Michael Weise Productions, 1991), 145 - 158; 229-258;267-286;295-320.

see also:
Schroeppel, Tom. The Bare Bones Camera Course for Film and Video. (Tampa, FL: self published),21-42;33-34;40;48-50;67-70.

One Day on Earth be releasing a special Lesson on Lines and Curves, stay tuned.

Exposure Meters and The Cinematographer
by Gerald Hirschfeld, A. S. C.

This video from videomaker.com will help give you a better understanding of the 180° Rule.

We hope this video by One Day on Earth participant Mitchell Rose (www.mitchellrose.com) will help give you fresh insight into composition, spatial arrangement, and photographic seeing.

Elevator World from Mitchell Rose on Vimeo.

Here's a fun video from the staff of Vimeo.com on using external microphones.

Vimeo Tutorial: External Microphones from Casey Donahue on Vimeo.
You can find more video useful tips on shooting video and photography, including the rule of thirds video below, at this Vimeo channel: http://vimeo.com/channels/photographyschool

Rule of thirds from Jayne Whitelock on Vimeo.