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  • n. the point of view of a camera


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  • The camera angle was wider than the one I had seen earlier; in fact, it was wide enough to show that Mitchell Crest had been flanked at the press conference by Detective Scott Malloy and the Public Information Officer for the city, a woman whose name I always forgot.

    Critical Conditions

  • Tom Del Ruth was our director of photography, and John would check the camera angle right before we shot and then go back to working with us.

    Dont You Forget About Me

  • The Alero stayed only a few seconds in the range of the traffic camera, then the camera angle switched, and Ready could see it moving away from the intersection and down the street toward the next stop light.



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