British film maker, Simon Cade looks at the different composition and framing choices that help to tell the story in Cinematography. Take a look…

Today we join Simon Cade from the DSLRguide, to get a few tips on Storytelling with Cinematography: Composition + Framing. Simon, is a young filmmaker based in the UK with a YouTube channel packed with incredible film making tips, in this episode he looks at the deeper meaning behind certain cinematography choices.

Explaining his thoughts behind this particular episode, Simon says: “Cinematography is the art of expressing the story visually, so this week we’re looking at some ways that we can using the placement of the camera and the composition of the shots to tell a story. How we can show the audience something new about a character, or direct their eyes to be looking exactly where we want them to.”

Get more film making tips by subscribing to Simon’s YouTube channel, the DSLRguide. You can also find him on any of the following channels: the BlogTwitter or Instagram.

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