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    Camera shots & angles Camera shots & angles Presentation Transcript

    • Camera Shots & Angles
    • On this presentation I will be outlining the variety of camera shots and angles we will be using in our thriller opening. A variety of Camera shots and angles are important because they create effects and atmosphere for the audience and we want to show that we can use a different range of camera shots and show that we understand them.
    • Extreme Close Up Shot
      We have filmed a few extreme close up shots for our opening thriller as we feel that this will create tension and atmosphere for the audience and we feel extreme close up shots will add effect and create a gripping and interesting thriller opening .
    • CloseUp Shot
      These kind of camera shots denotes a close up shot which connotes the reaction of a characters face. We have filmed quite a few close up shots for our thriller opening.
    • Over the Shoulder Shot
      This image denotes an over the shoulder shot this often connotes two people having a conversation. We have used a couple of over the shoulder shots to create effect.
    • High Angle Shot
      This image denotes an high angle shot and it connotes victimisation and being small and powerless. We have used a couple of these types of shots as we have a victim as our main character.
    • Long Shot
      This image denotes a long shot and connotes a full detailed images of a character and shows the surrounding environment they are in. We also have a few long shots to show where the characters are and what they are doing.
    • Medium Shot
      This image denotes a medium shot and connotes a detailed shot off a man playing an instrument. We have filmed a few medium shots to show detail of action for our thriller opening.