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  • Assignment 4: Camerashots, camera angles, cameramovement, composition By Nicole Lewis Level Yellow
  • Camera Shots• Establishing Shot• Wide Shot• Long Shot• Mid/Medium Shot• Close-Up Shot• Extreme Close-Up Shot• Point Of View• Over The Shoulder Shot• Two Shot
  • Establish Shot• Establishing the location or time of day.
  • Wide Shot• A shot that will capture everyone or thing in that area.
  • Long Shot• A shot that will capture the whole character or object.
  • Mid/Medium Shot• A shot that will show a character or object, from its middle upwards.
  • Close-Up Shot• A shot that will be taken from the characters neck upwards or a special feature on an object. Usually to show detail.
  • Extreme Close-Up Shot• A shot usually taken to show clear detail of someone or something.
  • Point Of View• A shot that would make it seem like we are in the characters shoes. Shown with movement and correct placement.
  • Over The Shoulder Shot• A shot taken from over one characters shoulder, showing the other characters facial expression. The more of the shoulder you show, the less important the other character is.
  • Two Shot• A shot where two characters are in the same frame.
  • Camera Angles• Low Angles• High Angles• Canted or Oblique Angle
  • Low Angle• A shot taken from below, looking upwards. Often to make the character or object look bigger.
  • High Angle• A shot taken from above, looking down. Often to make the character or object look smaller.
  • Canted or Oblique Angle• Where the camera is tilted, so the image appears diagonal.
  • Camera Movement• Pan• Tilt• Track• Zoom• Reverse Zoom
  • Pan• A shot where the camera pivots left to right or right to left.http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xw_Q1SYb1g0
  • Tilt• Opposite to pan. A shot where the camera pivots up and down or down to up.http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jYzfbKG3lzQ
  • Track• Where the camera moves from side to side using a track.
  • Zoom• Where the camera goes in towards a character or object.
  • Reverse Zoom• Opposite of zoom. Where the camera goes out from a character or object.
  • Composition• Balance• Symmetry• Asymmetry• Rule of Thirds• Depth of Field• Shallow Focus• Deep Focus
  • Balance• Showing the equal amount of colour in a picture.
  • Symmetry• A shot that is equally symmetrical.
  • Asymmetry• Opposite of symmetry. A shot that is unequal.
  • Rule of Thirds• A rule that says that the ground should take up 1/3 of the picture, while the sky should take up 2/3s.
  • Depth of Field• The amount of an image that appears sharp.
  • Shallow Focus• Sharpening one part of an image.
  • Deep Focus• Opposite of shallow focus. The whole image is sharp.