I’m still thinking about various aspects of Citizen Kane.
In a previous post, I discussed the use of camera angles by Orson Welles.
I also mentioned a YouTube video that I had found explaining the use of low camera angles in order to give Charles Foster Kane an imposing profile.
Citizen Kane Low Camera Angle Technique by Orson Welles
You know how it is. I went on YouTube to see the video about the low camera angle technique used by Orson Welles.
(By putting the camera below the floor, and, looking up at Charles Foster Kane, Welles was able to present Kane as an intimidating, authoritative pose.)
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