Tim Burton's Use Of Camera Techniques In A Film

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Tim Burton creates tone and mood by creating scenes with effective camera techniques, such as including crane shots for tone, and adding extreme close-up shots. A director of a film is able to create their own visuals and interpretations to allow the viewer to see what the director wants, whereas an author must be descriptive for the audience for them to be able to create their own visuals. For example, in the beginning of the movie, Burton uses a crane shot showing Charlie running into his house. In the shot, we see the bright town with many well structured buildings close together in the background. In the front of the shot, we see Charlie running into his home in the dark, far away from the rest of the town, in a deformed house. This
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