This may seem relatively simple to some of you, but how would I go about filming through a peephole in a door? I'm shooting a short film where a man needs to look through a peephole at a delivery man. Any suggestions? Can I accomplish this with a DSLR? If I put my camera to the peephole I can't really see the man. I've seen films before where it gives the point of view of the individual, thus making the image through the peephole more clear. I can't seem to get that effect of actually looking through the peephole by just putting the camera up to it. Should I use a certain types of lens? Different camera? If this is not possible is there a way to replicate the effect? I hope this is clear. Thanks in advance for any help.
Edited by Bernard Joseph Ellouk, 26 June 2014 - 03:24 AM.