12 Static vs mov­ing cam­era

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Page 15 of Blood­shot has two dis­tinct scenes. The first is full of ac­tion (two pan­els de­pict­ing a heav­ily wounded Blood­shot gun­ning down a Stalker Dog soldier be­fore fi­nally col­laps­ing). The sec­ond scene is rel­a­tively quiet. His wife cra­dles him in her arms. For the ac­tion scene, I kept the cam­era po­si­tion rel­a­tively static to bet­ter em­pha­sise the be­fore and af­ter ac­tion in this very busy scene. The static cam­era po­si­tion makes the be­tween-the-pan­els ac­tion nice and clear. For the sec­ond scene, since Blood­shot and his wife are be­ing still, I was free to move the cam­era around to fo­cus on each of their fa­cial ex­pres­sions.

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