stop motion animation
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shot one : wide shot of the sea, the camera will track downwards into the sea. i am doing this because it will set the scene for my stop motion and will show what the setting is going to be like.
Shot two: camera tracks down to under the sea following the scuba divers will track down to where the mermaids live. this will then introduce all the characters to the scene.
Shot three: the camera tracks down to the bottom of the sea, the camera pans round then goes to an extreme close up of the mermaids face. i am doing this to show what the setting is like under the sea and what the queen mermaid looks like focusing on all her facial features.
Shot four: over the shoulder shot of when the scuba diver meets the mermaids and the other mermaids come into shot. i am doing this because all the characters will then be introduced to the stop motion.
Shot five: establishing shot, wide shot of where the mermaids live with the scuba diver following them, the scuba diver is following them to the cave to show the scuba diver where they have hidden treasure also so the mermaids can talk to the scuba diver. i am doing this because its a change of setting and the wide shot will set the scene with the characters in shot also.
Shot six : medium shot the queen mermaid leads the scuba diver to her cave and starts showing him all the gold coins and treasure she has and tells the scuba diver not to take it other wise bad things will happen. i am using this shot because it is showing an on going conversation between the queen mermaid and the scuba diver.
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