Going beyond the zoom.
When you create an extreme close-up, you’re a filmmaking detective of sorts. A hyper-close close-up allows you to isolate and focus on particular details within the scenes of your film, revealing new ideas and truths to your audience.
“The extreme close-up is usually used for effect rather than communication — emphasizing a detail like licking lips or furrowed eyebrows,” says director Alicia J. Rose. There’s plenty of truth to this: Where a close-up might capture an actor’s face, an extreme close-up focuses on their lips, their ear, or some other detail that is crucial to the logic of the scene you’re creating.
This is how you build that logic.
No matter your take, Adobe Premiere Pro gives you the tools to edit and refine the close-ups in your films. You can zoom, tilt, and adjust to correct framing errors, along with even more advanced functionality. Minute cuts and the perfect shot are within your grasp, whether you’re a curious creative, in film school, or working on a feature film.
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