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    Camera shots and angles Camera shots and angles Presentation Transcript

    • ESTABLISHING SHOT A long, wide angle taken from an over head shot
    • MASTER SHOT A wide enough shot to include all the characters.
    • LONG SHOT A camera view of an object or characters from a considerable distance so it appears a bit small.
    • WIDE SHOT A shot taken from a lens that is able to take in a wider scene .
    • POINT OF VIEW SHOT (POV) Shows a view from a subjects perspective. This shot is usually edited so that the viewer is aware who’s point of view it is
    • OVER THE SHOULDER SHOT Looking from behind a character’s shoulder, at a subject. The character facing the subject usually occupies 1/3 of the frame but it depends on what meaning the director buisness.
    • TWO SHOT A shot of two characters, possible engaging in a conversation. Usually to signify/establish some sort of relationship
    • MID SHOT The framing of a subject from waist up.
    • CLOSE UP A head and shoulder shot, often used to show expressions/em otions of a character. Also can be shot of an object, filmed from close of an object or zoomed in so that it reveals detail.
    • HIGH ANGLE A camera angle that looks down on the subject or object. Often used to make the subject or object look smaller
    • LOW ANGLE A camera angle that looks up at an object or subject. Often used to make subject/object appear powerful/domi nant
    • CANTED ANGLE (OR OBLIQUE) Camera angle that makes what is shot appear skewed or tilted