Unchained camera technique

The `unchained camera technique` (`Entfesselte Kamera` in German) was an innovation by filmmaker F.W. Murnau that allowed for filmmakers to get shots from cameras in motion enabling them to use pan shots, tracking shots, tilts, crane shots etc. The technique was introduced by Murnau in his 1924 silent film, The Last Laugh, and is arguably the ...
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