Woh...ok i opened up a large world here...jeez. So I'm not with a large company, I'm just a guy shooting video, so there's no experts on board to consult.
I had no idea about the vastness of this...looks like I've got something new to learn about.
My scene is a parody of a heads-up no-limit Hold Em scene, the simulated location: a casino. I wanted to move the camera on a 2 shot against a greenscreen. Or handheld. Not a big deal to keep it immobile.
At this point it's more important to get the basic shot locked down. The cam mvt isn't so crucial. But i would like to ask:
What's this parallax effect? How is it different from simply photographing movement where that which is closer appears to move faster than that which is farther away?
When I look at these examples
of course i sense something markedly different, but i can't put my finger on what precisely is going on. Is something exaggerated?