Hammad Media Storyboard - 2
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Shot Number: 7 Shot Size: Long Shot Showing full body of subject and his surroundings. HCA (High Camera Angle) is used to show the size of the large Forrest and how insignificant he is when compared to the Forrest. Movement: In this scene the subject stops to rest and comes to realize where he is exactly (deep within the Forrest). In this shot, the camera is panning showing more field of view, once again giving us an indication as to how large the Forrest is.
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Shot Number: 8 Shot Size: Over The Shoulder shot. Low Camera Angle displaying insignificance of main character over the kidnapper. Movement: Main character is cornered into a tree by the kidnapper. This is a still shot as the frame stays in the spot for a short period of time.
Shot Number: 9 Shot Size: Extreme Close Up to show immense detail of the subject's eyes. The camera angle is simply Eye Level. Movement: In this scene, the kidnapper approaches the main character which is shown in his eyes. This is a still shot.
Shot Number: 10 Shot Size: N.A Movement: N.A Image zooming out slowly.
Shot Number: 11 Shot Size:This is a medium long shot showing the kidnapper and his bedroom. This is a high camera angle. Movement: In this scene, the kidnapper walks towards his desk. In this shot, the camera tilts down and stops when it reaches a certain point.
Shot Number: 12 Shot Size: This is a long shot still showing the bedroom of the kidnapper. Movement: In this scene, the kidnapper is in shock as his bed disappears right in front of his eyes. At this point, the audience will get an understanding that something out of the ordinary is going on within this scene. Still Shot.
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