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The Shield also uses multiple camera setups for dialogue scenes.
Vote to merge
See single-camera setup for proposal to merge these two articles. The main focus of both articles is to compare and contrast with the other style. --Robb0995 00:51, 27 September 2006 (UTC)
- I vote for a merger. The two articles are short and nobody cares except camera nerds.
The DVD commentary on Throne of Blood says that Akira Kurosawa liked to use multiple cameras because it gave him more material to work with, and because it kept the actors from "playing to the camera". I wonder whether this is worth mentioning here. —Tamfang (talk) 07:51, 24 June 2011 (UTC)
The Jeffersons/Sanford and Son
We all know that both The Jeffersons and Sanford and Son were both shot before a live studio audience. But what about the few episodes when they were on vacation? For example, both shows had a few episodes that were filmed in Hawaii, (Sanford and Son in 1976; The Jeffersons in 1980) and an audience was still present. How exactly do they do that? I know several BBC Britcoms do this as well. If anyone knows about this, I would appreciate it. --Evanaeus (talk) 19:34, 28 September 2011 (UTC)
According to the DVD commentary, Robert Altman used two cameras (in continuous motion) in Gosford Park, in order to avoid actors "acting for the camera". Should this be mentioned here? -- megA (talk) 09:55, 10 October 2011 (UTC)