The shot is drawn as a POV, directly seeing both hands/ arms from where the head would be.
The child presents each jam jar to the camera as if to spot differences on each.
My problem lies with how to practically achieve this POV angle.
So far I thinking about shooting this shot from a static dolly using the jib arm, possibly with a riser, offset head and wedge plate..?
Using a longer lens to slightly compress the image, avoiding the child head. I would hope the compression would lead to no camera shadow and also less focus racking.
Does anyone have any better suggestions how to achieve this angle, also bearing in mind the talent is a child and needs to work comfortably.
All suggestions welcome
Edited by harvey Glen, 01 March 2009 - 03:33 PM.