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  • 1. Learning resource Framing the Shot
  • 2. Shots are all about composition
  • 3. Rather than just pointing the camera at the subject....
  • 4. .....you need to compose an image.
  • 5. Pick the correct answer With your mouse
  • 6. CU STANDS FOR ? Close up Camera up Clear understanding
  • 7. Try again
  • 8. Shot that is usually of the whole person (from toes to head ) A Close Up Is a....... Shot that is taken from a distance to show a range of things Certain feature or part of the subject that takes up the whole frame
  • 9. A Close Up Is shown in which picture?
  • 10. MS STANDS FOR ? Massive shot Medium shot Mid shot
  • 11. Shot that taken of the middle of a person or thing A Mid Shot Is a....... A shot that shows some part of the subject in more detail, whilst still showing enough for the audience to feel as if they were looking at the whole subject Shot that is taken from a distance to show a range of things
  • 12. A Mid Shot Is shown in which picture?
  • 13. WS STANDS FOR ? Wide shot Wipe shot Window shot
  • 14. Shot where the subject takes up the full frame. Shot that is usually of the whole person (from toes to head ) A Wide Shot Is a....... A shot that takes in the whole picture from one side of an image or person to the other. Shot that starts from one side of an image and pans across to the other side
  • 15. A Wide shot Is shown in which picture?
  • 16. What shot is mostly used in this video? ...... Wide shot Mid shot Close up
  • 17. What might be a reason the director used a close up ? To show lots of action To capture the environment the actor is in To better display the emotions the actor is feeling
  • 18. What shot is mostly used in this video? ...... Wide shot Mid shot Close up
  • 19. What might be a reason the director used a wide shot ? To show the background setting in detail whilst also displaying how the character is walking and feeling To give the viewer the same kind of view they would have of the actor in real life. This draws them into the movie and also gives them an equal amount of information about the characters emotions and the background To present the viewer with lots of detail and also show the emotion of the character
  • 20. What shot is mostly used in this video? ...... Wide shot Mid shot Close up
  • 21. What might be a reason the director used a mid shot ? To show the background setting in detail whilst also displaying how the character is walking and feeling To give the viewer the same kind of view they would have of the actor in real life. This draws them into the movie and also gives them an equal amount of information about the characters emotions and the background To present the viewer with lots of detail and also show the emotion of the character
  • 22. The rules of framing . Next page
  • 23. Headroom means ? The amount of space between the top of the subject's head and the top of the frame. A common mistake in amateur video is to have far too much headroom, which doesn't look good and wastes frame space An area of space the character in the shot can look into. Very common in scenes with dialogue The amount of room in the frame which is strategically left empty for a character or object to move into.
  • 24. Leading room means ? The amount of space between the top of the subject's head and the top of the frame. A common mistake in amateur video is to have far too much headroom, which doesn't look good and wastes frame space An area of space the character in the shot can look into. Very common in scenes with dialogue The amount of room in the frame which is strategically left empty for a character or object to move into.
  • 25. Looking room means ? The amount of space between the top of the subject's head and the top of the frame. A common mistake in amateur video is to have far too much headroom, which doesn't look good and wastes frame space An area of space the character in the shot can look into. Very common in scenes with dialogue The amount of room in the frame which is strategically left empty for a character or object to move into.
  • 26. What framing technique do you see in this clip? . Headroom Looking room Leading room
  • 27. What framing technique do you see in this clip? . Headroom and leading room Looking room and headroom Leading room and looking room