Asked in Filmmaking
In film or television a common way to show an narrative point of view is to film from?
November 04, 2014 10:24PM
a good way to show a narrative point of view is to have the character with the point of view as the sole subject in the shot that explains or suggests the point of view. (have the camera focused on the character) another way is to get the audience on the persons side so that they find it easier to understand the point of view. really, you cant define one single way to do anything in film and most of these techniques are defined in pre-production. but there are many exemplary techniques used by directors that you can pick up on through thorough analysis of their movies.