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Basic Film PPT
Basic Film PPT
Basic Film PPT
Basic Film PPT
Basic Film PPT
Basic Film PPT
Basic Film PPT
Basic Film PPT
Basic Film PPT
Basic Film PPT
Basic Film PPT
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Basic Film PPT

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  • 1. FilmFilm A short introductionA short introduction
  • 2. Close-up shotClose-up shot A close range of distance between the camera and the subjectA close range of distance between the camera and the subject
  • 3. High Camera AngleHigh Camera Angle A camera angle which looks down on its subject making it look small,A camera angle which looks down on its subject making it look small, weak or unimportant.weak or unimportant.
  • 4. Low Camera AngleLow Camera Angle A camera angle which looks up at its subject, it makes the subjectA camera angle which looks up at its subject, it makes the subject seem important and powerful.seem important and powerful.
  • 5. Point of View shotPoint of View shot A shot which is seen from the point of view of a character within theA shot which is seen from the point of view of a character within the scene.scene.
  • 6. Reaction ShotReaction Shot 1.1. A shot of someone looking off screenA shot of someone looking off screen 2.2. A shot of someone in a conversation who is just listening to theA shot of someone in a conversation who is just listening to the other person speak.other person speak.
  • 7. Long ShotLong Shot A long range of distance between the camera and subject, oftenA long range of distance between the camera and subject, often providing a broader range of the setting.providing a broader range of the setting.
  • 8. FramesFrames
  • 9. Example StoryboardsExample Storyboards
  • 10. Example StoryboardsExample Storyboards

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