Camerawork
How...? What...? When...? Where...?
Which…? Who...? Why...?
Camera Composition
The Rule of Thirds
- The rule of thirds can be described as a
guideline to how an image should be frame...
Camera Composition
The Rule of Thirds
- The rule of thirds theory states that if you place
points of interest on the inter...
Digital Juice – Framing
YouTube – Shooting With the Rule of Thirds
Explanatory Videos
Camera Composition
The Rule of Thirds
- The next two slides contain images that have
been framed in a way that uses the ru...
Camera Composition
The Rule of Thirds exercise…
- You will need a calculator, pen / pencil, ruler and
(possibly) an eraser...
Camera Composition
Camera Shot Types & Angles
- Establishing shot
- Extreme long shot
- Long shot
- Mid-shot
- Close-up
- ...
Camera Composition
Camera Shot Types
Camera Composition
Camera Shot Types
Camera Composition
Camera Angles
Camera Composition
Camera Shot Movements
Camera Composition
180o Rule
Camera Composition
Camera Work Exercise
- You will be screened an extract from a British TV
drama, with the purpose of ana...
Camera Composition
Camera Work Exercise
- Compare the three shots that stood out for you.
- Talk about:
i) The type of sho...
E20 – Series 2, Episode 1
TV drama
camera
work
Camera Shot Types
(Flexible Learning Toolboxes)
Web Pages
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Camerawork Presentation

  1. 1. Camerawork How...? What...? When...? Where...? Which…? Who...? Why...?
  2. 2. Camera Composition The Rule of Thirds - The rule of thirds can be described as a guideline to how an image should be framed. - It is applied in any professional moving image or still image work (e.g. television programmes, films, photography, paintings).
  3. 3. Camera Composition The Rule of Thirds - The rule of thirds theory states that if you place points of interest on the intersections or along the lines, your image becomes more balanced and will enable a viewer to interact with it more naturally. - Research has shown that when viewing images, a viewer’s eyes will usually go to one of the intersection points more naturally than the centre.
  4. 4. Digital Juice – Framing YouTube – Shooting With the Rule of Thirds Explanatory Videos
  5. 5. Camera Composition The Rule of Thirds - The next two slides contain images that have been framed in a way that uses the rule of thirds. - Where, on the image, do your eyes go to first...? (Be prepared to draw the rule of thirds grid on each image and discuss the relevance!)
  6. 6. Camera Composition The Rule of Thirds exercise… - You will need a calculator, pen / pencil, ruler and (possibly) an eraser. Draw the rule of thirds grid in each image. Does the ‘rule’ apply? Which image has been framed the best? Justify your decisions.
  7. 7. Camera Composition Camera Shot Types & Angles - Establishing shot - Extreme long shot - Long shot - Mid-shot - Close-up - Extreme close-up - Two shot - Over-the-shoulder shot - Point of view - High angle shot - Low angle shot
  8. 8. Camera Composition Camera Shot Types
  9. 9. Camera Composition Camera Shot Types
  10. 10. Camera Composition Camera Angles
  11. 11. Camera Composition Camera Shot Movements
  12. 12. Camera Composition 180o Rule
  13. 13. Camera Composition Camera Work Exercise - You will be screened an extract from a British TV drama, with the purpose of analysing the camera composition and camera angles used. - Watch the sequence straight through without writing anything down. - In the storyboard template provided, create sketches of three camera shots that struck you as particularly important or memorable.
  14. 14. Camera Composition Camera Work Exercise - Compare the three shots that stood out for you. - Talk about: i) The type of shot, angle and position of the camera in each sketch. ii) The viewpoint of each sketch (whose perspective were you looking from?) iii) The impact / emotion created by each shot. iv) What makes each shot memorable.
  15. 15. E20 – Series 2, Episode 1
  16. 16. TV drama camera work
  17. 17. Camera Shot Types (Flexible Learning Toolboxes) Web Pages

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