In filmmaking there is the 180 Degree rule. Basically an imaginary line that when maintained keeps continuity, but broken can add a jumpiness to the film. Check out how to utilize the 180 line in your short films in this video

In filmmaking there is the 180 Degree rule. Basically an imaginary line that when maintained keeps continuity, but broken can add a jumpiness to the film. Check out how to utilize the 180 line in your short films in this video

The 180 degree line.  Do not cross into the "red" here on the screen, keep camera within the 180 degrees in "green" from shot to shot.

The 180 degree line. Do not cross into the "red" here on the screen, keep camera within the 180 degrees in "green" from shot to shot.

Today, we break down the 180 degree rule! Like, Favorite and SHARE today's episode! http://youtu.be/I-rGQVFyjTs Subscribe for more Film Riot! http://www.yout...

Today, we break down the 180 degree rule! Like, Favorite and SHARE today's episode! http://youtu.be/I-rGQVFyjTs Subscribe for more Film Riot! http://www.yout...

The 180 degree rule for camera position, how to avoid crossing the line, eyeline match, and shooting a scene so it will edit together properly.

The 180 degree rule for camera position, how to avoid crossing the line, eyeline match, and shooting a scene so it will edit together properly.

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