Use wide shots and extreme close-ups to enhance the mood and drama of a scene

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Whether it’s a big budget action movie or a regular location photo shoot, the wide shot can be used to add some drama and interest to your scene. Environment provides context. The exact opposite of the wide shot is the extreme close-up, which focuses in on the small details while still providing some of the same effects. [...] The post Use wide shots and extreme close-ups to enhance the mood and drama of a scene appeared first on DIY Photography. ...
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Auteur : John Aldred
Editeur : Do It Yourself Photography
Catégorie : Wide Shot

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