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  • 1. By patrycia butrym
  • 2. CAM shots  Establishing shot  Wide shot  Long shot  Mid/Medium shot  Close up shot  Extreme close up shot  POV(Point of view)  Over the shoulder shot  Two shot  Overhead shot
  • 3. Establishing shot  An establishing shot is usually the first shot of a new science, the purpose is to show the audience where the action is taking place. It is usually a very wide shot or extreme wide shot
  • 4. Wide shot  In a Wide shot the subject always takes up the full frame. the purpose is so that nothing can be out and everything is included.
  • 5. Medium shot  Medium shot shows only some part of the subject it is often used because it shows more details and it's a closer shot.
  • 6. Close up  In a close up shot most of the the frame takes up a certain object. There purpose is to show specific details very clearly.
  • 7. Extreme close up  Extreme close up is a shot that gets right in and shows extreme details.
  • 8. POV (point of view)  POV is a shot that shows the view from a persons perspective. So that the audience can see the exact sight that a person sees
  • 9. Over the shoulder  Over the shoulder shot is always taken behind a person who is looking at the subject. The purpose is to establish the position of each person
  • 10. Two shot  Two shot is a good imagine that mostly includes two people, this shot is often used in interviews or when two presenters are hosting a shot.
  • 11. Over head shot  A over head shot is taken above a persons perspective, this also shows the audience more of the view from the top.
  • 12. CAM angles  Low angles  High angles  Canted/oblique angle
  • 13. High angle  High angles show the subjects from above, this also makes them appear less powerful and less significant
  • 14. Low angle  Low angle shots are taken from below  which makes the subject look more powerful and dominant as they appear bigger
  • 15. Oblique/canted angle  Canted/oblique angle are when the camera is not placed horizontal to the floor level and they are used to take point of view shots
  • 16. CAM MOVEMENTS  Pan  Tikt  Track  Zoom  Reverse zoom  Dolly
  • 17. Pan  Pans is a movement which scans a scene horizontally. This is done by placing the camera on a tripod which operates as a stationary axis point ,as the camera is turned , it follows a moving object which is kept in the middle of the frame.
  • 18. Tilt  This is a movement which is similar to a pan, however it films vertically.
  • 19. Track  A track is used to film every move and adjust to the speed of what it is filming.
  • 20. zoom  Zooming is used so that the audience can take a closer look at what they are viewing
  • 21. Reverse zoom  This is when you reverse the zooming and the object gets smaller but the whole image gets bigger.
  • 22. Dolly  A dolly is a cart which travels along with the tracks.this is where the camera is placed and it records the shot as it moves.
  • 23. Composition  Symmetry  Balance  Asymmetry  Rules of thirds  Shallow focus  Deep focus  Focus pulls
  • 24. Symmetry  Symmetry adds stability when your in the progress of filming/taking a picture. And makes sure it isn't wonky
  • 25. Rules of thirds  This is used to improve the composition and balance of your images, making them more interesting and dynamic.
  • 26. Shallow focus Shallow focus is mostly used to isolate a certain focal plane and leave the rest a bit blurry.
  • 27. Deep focus  This is used for a viewer to see the specific detail very close and clear.
  • 28. Focus pulls  The focus pull is useful for directing the viewer's attention. So the focus pulls on one thing to make it clearer and then it focuses to another thing.

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