PANAVISION - CAMERA MOVEMENT
“Camera movement can deepen a character’s inner life, showcase a location, or tell an audience how to feel about a character and their actions. But before deciding how to move the camera, it’s important to understand why the camera should move in the first place.
Sometimes a locked-off shot can make the strongest statement of all. I only move the camera when I am absolutely compelled to do so, and I make sure I’ve considered the implications of the type of movement I’m choosing — what it says about the character, scene, tone, and the perspective of the audience.”
– Mia Cioffi Henry