is a technique where the camera betrays an object or talent by leaving it behind with nothing prominent to replace them.
also known as pull focus, is a camera technique manually adjusting and manipulating your audience’s attention. There are usually two objects of attention, near and far. By using drawing a sharply focused point from one target or distance to another, the film provides a not so subtle direction where the audience should pay attention to.
Pull back and reveal,
is a technique of movement. The camera moves backwards revealing more information. It may be an object, character, or the backdrop.
is a camera composition technique typically beginning as a quiet extra wide shot with little interest or kinetic energy. Talent will make an entrance slowly and gradually until they exit.
is a camera composition technique placing characters at a distance from one another. It expands attention into the Z-direction, to or from the camera may subtly changes the composition of the frame without a cut.