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THE TELEVISION STUDIO
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adjust angle of view artist back light background basic boom operator bottom of frame camera control unit camera dolly camera mounted camera movement camera position camera tube camerawork caption centre of interest close close-up composition correct crane crib-card depth of field distance edge of frame effect example eyes filler light focal length focus focusing foreground front headroom height horizontal hyperfocal distance invariably key light lamp lighting director long shot method microphone mirror move the camera narrow-angle lenses normal overscan panning head particular pedestal dolly perspective picture pivot placed practice problems refocusing rehearsals scene screen shadows shooting side signals speed studio floor technique television cameraman television studio top of frame track tracker transmission turret two-shot type of dolly type of shot vary viewer viewfinder vision mixer vision-mixer whip pan wide shot wide-angle lens zoom lens