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Camera sway as cinematic technique?
I've noticed a trend in movies where the camera "sways" during quiet, drama scenes, as opposed to "shaky cam" which is used during action scenes. I've noticed its use in both political/war movies and ...
Dec 20 '13 at 19:59
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