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    CAM SAMC2 CAM SAMC2 Presentation Transcript

    • Assignment 3: CAM SAMCAssignment 3: CAM SAMC Esere Simei-AkajagboEsere Simei-Akajagbo
    • Part A: Camera Shots • Establishing Shot: • Establishes the setting of the scene Gives the viewer more information and clarifies setting of the scene. ‘humps for 100 yards’
    • Part A: Camera Shots • Wide Shot: • Reveals a large amount of information in one shot. Reveals the structures on a guitar
    • Part A: Camera Shots • Long Shot: • Framing a long shot of a character or subject. • Characters- usually show their actions. Frames the characters whole body. Action- Showing off (shirt open)
    • Part A: Camera Shots • Mid/Medium Shot: • Shots on a characters or subjects torso &legs or torso &head. Shot of torso and legs
    • Part A: Camera Shots • Close Up Shot: • A close framing of a particular object or body parts e.g. Face, hands...
    • Part A: Camera Shots • Extreme Close Up Shot: • Is a shot which shows an object or body parts in great detail. Detail of the rose is illustrated
    • Part A: Camera Shots • POV (Point Of View) Shot: • Shows the shot from the characters perspective. A shot from my point of view: typing on the computer
    • Part A: Camera Shots • Over The Shoulder Shot: • A shot that is filmed from the back of a characters head. • Facing the subject- 1/3 of screen dominating • Subject head- if it shows more, subject is dominating. More dominating More dominating
    • Part A: Camera Shots • Two Shot: • A shot that symbolises a relationship between two characters. Relationship- Father and son playing football
    • Part A: Camera Shots • Overhead Shot: • A shot that is done overhead top state the action or subject. Overhead shot of a person . Action: Reading
    • Part B: Camera Angles • High: • An angle that is taken higher up to make the characters look weak and vulnerable. Character- Vulnerable. Consoles with bear for guidance
    • Part B: Camera Angles • Low: • An angle that is taken lower down to make the subject or object seem superior. Subject- looks strong and dominating
    • Part B: Camera Angles • Canted/Oblique: • An angle that is used to make the shot seem tilted. Angle looks skewed
    • Part C: Camera Movement • Pan: • The camera pivots horizontally to reveal more information. Screen Grabs: Reveals the variety of cereal boxes. 1) 2) 3) 4)
    • Part C: Camera Movement • Tilt: • Its the opposite to pan: camera pivots vertically to reveal more information. Screen Grabs: Reveal the whole outfit of the character
    • Part C: Camera Movement • Track: • Camera moves side to side without pivoting in order to follow the character or object.
    • Part C: Camera Movement • Zoom: • Camera zooms in on object or character to reveal the detail. • Depending on speed of the zoom. It creates tension for the viewer. Screen Grabs: Show the object in more detail
    • Part C: Camera Movement • Reverse Zoom: • Camera zooms out to reveal the detail in the setting. • Depending on speed of the zoom it can create tension for the viewer.
    • Part C: Camera Movement • Dolly: • Camera moves in, out, backwards and forwards on an object. • Its a tripod on wheels.
    • Part D: Composition • Symmetry Balance: • Both sides of a shot are identical. Shapes- Identical Size-Identical The balance- Identical Each feature in this shot is identical.
    • Part D: Composition • Asymmetry Balance: • Both sides of a shot is uneven. This shot is unbalanced. Items appear to be on one side of the shot and not the other .
    • Part D: Composition • Rule Of Thirds: • An image is divided in to 9 equal parts. Two horizontal and two vertical lines. • 1 third of the grid is usually the ground/buildings. • 2 thirds is usually the sky. • Somewhere on cross section- important elements are placed. 2 thirds- sky 1 third- buildings
    • Part D: Composition • Shallow Focus: • One image is focused on whilst the other is blurred. • Emphasizes one part of the image over the other. This is the main focus of the image. This area is blurred allowing the focus to be brought to the flower.
    • Part D: Composition • Deep Focus: • The entire image is in focus. • Includes foreground, mid-ground and background. All the grounds are in deep focus- detail in the shot
    • Part D: Composition • Focus Pulls: • Adjusts the focus from one subject to another. Blurred Blurred