OK this should be an easy one to figure out but obviously I am having trouble with it.
I am doing a movie where the main character is driving a car down a country road. Every once in awhile she stops and interacts with people but she is heading "home" (ie: a certain destination)
down this road throughtout the film.
So, so far I have shot the car moving from west to east in every scene with the car moving from left to right in the frame. The camera is facing north and the driver's side of the car is furthest away from the camera in relation to the passenger's side.
For one of the last scenes I need her to pull over and enter a cornfield which is on the north side of the road. My question is, all things being equal (forget about where the sun is for now) for continuity, if I move the camera to the north side of the road and shoot facing south with the car moving now from west to east but still moving through the frame from left to right with the driver's side of the still car furthest from the camera, will I have a continuity problem?
Even though the road has no yellow lines, she can't pull over from the south side and park on the north side (cornfield side) because that puts the driver's side of the car closest to the edge of the road which I don't want.