By: Nazia Adnin
1) Arc: It is a camera move where the camera moves around the subject.
2) Crab: Is less common version of tracking, trucking or dollying.
3) Tracking: Tracking is a similar camera move to a dolly shot. The main difference being that in dollies the camera is moved toward or away from the subject, whereas in a track shot, the camera is moved sideways, parallel to an object.
5) Pull-back shot: A tracking camera movement or shot where the camera zooms back from the subject to reveal the content of the scene. It is also known as dolly out.
6) Dolly Zoom: Dolly zoom is a cinematic technique invented by Alfred Hitchcock. It is also known as “Vertigo shot.” In this technique the camera moves further away from the subject while simultaneously adjusting the zoom in order keep same size of the subject in a frame. This technique makes the subject look stationary while background size changes.
7) Pedestal: Is moving the camera vertically with respect to the subject.
8) Pan: A horizontal camera movement.
9) Tilt: It is a vertical camera movement in which the camera points up or down from a standing point.