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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.
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.
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