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Russian Angle and Dutch Angle

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'Dutching' a camera is basically pivoting the camera sideways - you no longer have a level horizon... to do this you either deliberately undo the head and de-bobble it or use a dutch head for more control. Don't know why it's called dutching the camera 'though maybe it's because of all those 'coffee shops' they have.

 

I too have never heard or a 'Russian angle'...

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I too have never heard or a 'Russian angle'...

 

Me neither. And from my experience with russian/soviet films there isn't a special camera angle unique or typical to these. What's your source?

 

Cheers, Dave

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