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    • Assignment 3: Cam samc By: Patrycia Butrym
    • CAM Shot • • • • • • • • • • 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
    • Establishing Shot This is a picture in front of the 6th Form block in convent. • An establishing shot is usually the first shot of a new scene, the purpose is to show the audience where the action is taking place. It is usually a very wide shot or extreme wide shot
    • Wide Shot This is a picture of a car in a car park. • 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.
    • Medium Shot • The mid shot 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. It is mostly framed of a characters torso.
    • Close up Shot This is a close up shot of a rose after the rain (you can see the raindrops on the petals ) • In a close up shot most of the the frame takes up a certain object. There purpose is to show specific details very clearly.
    • Extreme Close up This is a extreme close up shot of my bike injury. • Extreme close up is a shot that gets right in and shows extreme details.
    • POV (Point of view) This is a picture of my point of view of me typing on keyboard. •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
    • Over the shoulder shot This is a picture taken of my little brother facing the TV watching SpongeBob. • 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
    • Two Shot This is a picture of two little teddy bears. • 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.
    • Over Head Shot This is a picture of my little brother watching tv. • A over head shot is taken above a persons perspective, this also shows the audience more of the view from the top.
    • CAM Angles • High angles • Low angles • Canted/oblique
    • High Angle This Picture shows 6 candles around a baby pumpkin, the shot was taken from the top. • High angles show the subjects from above, this also makes them appear less powerful and less significant
    • Low Angle This is a picture of a foundation taken from the bottom making it look bigger. • Low angle shots are taken from below • which makes the subject look more powerful and dominant as they appear bigger
    • Canted/Oblique • This is a picture of 2 birds in their cage. • Canted/oblique angle are when the camera is not placed horizontal and the shot is tilted.
    • CAM Movements • • • • • • Pan Tilt Track Zoom Reverse Zoom Dolly
    • Pan This is a picture of my brother that feel asleep on the sofa. • 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.
    • Tilt This is a picture of a drawing on my wall from the top to the bottom. • This is a movement which is similar to a pan, however it films vertically. It is used to give the view more detail about the object, outfit etc.
    • Track • A track is used to film every move and adjust to the speed of what it is filming.
    • Zoom This is zooming of a dried rose on the bottom left. • Zooming is used so that the audience can take a closer look at what they are viewing
    • Reverse Zoom • This is when you reverse the zooming and the object gets smaller but the whole image gets bigger.
    • Dolly This is a picture of a teddy using dolly movements • Dolly is when the camera moves in and out or forwards and backwards from the object.
    • Composition • • • • • Symmetry/ Asymmetry Balance Rule of Thirds Shallow focus Deep Focus Focus pulls
    • Symmetry balance This is a picture of a iphone • Symmetry adds stability when your in the progress of filming/taking a picture. And makes sure it isn't wonky
    • Asymmetry Balance • This is when the frame is unbalanced and the both sides look different from each other.
    • Rule of Thirds • This is used to improve the composition and balance of your images, making them more interesting and dynamic. As you can see in the picture on the right.
    • Shallow Focus This is a photo of my cats paws. • In shallow focus one part of the image is in focus while the rest is out of focus.
    • Deep Focus • This is used when you want everything in good focus, but sometimes you might want a object to stand out.
    • 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.