I meant composition, sorry for the lack of precision in my comment ;)
I know it's voluntary but don't always follow your actor. You tend to always follow the action when it's not necessarily needed and the camera is always moving. But if you have one camera you can't shoot one thing from different angles so we can't say it's a mistake.
At 4min10 till 4min16, that's is cinema with the cut moving to outside shot, the actor is moving towards the action and we follow the action. The irony is that the audience knows what's going on but not the actor, that's called dramatic irony. What we don't really is that he's gonna meet Slender and in the editing, you've managed to built up some stress, fear, well, we kind of feel what the actor feels and that is good, very good.
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