Tim Burton's use of different movie techniques made one of the best directors existing. H made many movies, all very popular by his fans. His work is considered to be some of the best, bringing Gothic humor and dark, but innocent tones to the audience. His works with Gothic fantasy, a genre almost never used in the past, is common in his movies. Some of his most popular gothic fantasty movies are Edward Scissorhands and the Nightmare Before Christmas.
Tim Burton's use with in techniques with camera shots mostly made him famous. There are many examples to this. He used a variety of long shots, close-ups, and medium shots. A movie where I find the most of these angles used was Edward Scissorhands. In a scene in Edward's dark castle home, Peg, was trying to sell make-up products. She went up the hill, with lon-shots establishing the setting in the scene. She drove up the dark trail up the hill, passing dead trees and a quiet, but eeire area. She went up to the castle door, having a close-up to see the intensity and emotion of her fear as she went inside. She knocked on the door, but no one responded. She entered in herself, a long shot showing her walk into the castle uninvited. Peg went up a winding stairs, a medium shot following behind her, showing from up her waist. On the empty 2cd floor, a long shot showed her walk over to a bed made of straw, with photos hanging by it. A close up on her face revealed her emotions as she examined the pictures. For the audience, the scene was predicting something, building up an event. Behind her, a medium shot showed the front of Peg, with a shadow moving in the back of the room, making a snipping sound. Peg looked behind her, as the figure walked out of the shadow. She seems horrified, a close up looking at her face. A medium shot showed the figure to be Edward Scissorhands. A close up shot showed Edward's emotions, fear. He stood stiffly in front of her, the camera tracking both of them in a medium shot. Peg walked up to...
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