Because objects are in the distance, we have a weak sense of movement of the actor. Close objects increases the impression of movement. The impression of movement is stronger if the objects are in front of the actor.
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All the lights are off. Nowthe main light is turned on. Now the side-light is turned on on the other side. Now two lights are turn on, main and secondary. Now we are adding the backlight. The atmosphere can be changed by changing the color in the film. This is for example horror atmosphere.
This is a complicated handling of the camera. We see the three actors in the conversation. Although we have no establishing shot girl is used for orientation in space in this dialogue. Not using the girl as an orientation we would be lost.
If actor is filmed in eye level, feeling is neutral. If you put the camera down actor will look stronger and superior. If you raise the camera actor will look weak and inferior. If you put the camera very down we get a view from a frog's perspective and that gives us an even stronger feelings. If excessively raise the camera get a view from bird's perspective and that gives us an even stronger feelings.
The actor turned their backs occupies one third of the screen and the actor facing occupies two thirds of the screen. When the actor filming close-up takes two thirds of the screen and a blank screen takes one third. Placing an actor in the middle of the screen is good to be avoid.
This is the establishing shot, with this shot viewers can see where the action takes place. The actor filmed a short distance is more sympathetic. The actor filmed from a distance is less sympathetic.
Now he is the actor less likable because he is filmed from a distance, while the other actor more likable because he is shoot from short distance.
During filming actor is filmed from different angles, so we must move the camera. A small shift of the camera is not good because it does't show a major change in the viewers eyes. The larger shift is acceptable because it gives a different view of the actor