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Assignment 4- Camerashots, camera angles, movement        and composition         Level Yellow         Amy Cleary
Part A- Camera Shots•   Establishing shot•   Wide shot•   Long shot•   Mid/medium shot•   Close up shot•   Extreme close u...
Part B: Camera Angles• Low• High• Canted/oblique
Part C- Camera Movement•   Pan•   Tilt•   Track•   Zoom/reverse zoom•   Dolly
Part D: Composition•   Balance•   Depth of field•   Shallow focus•   Deep focus•   Symmetry(symmetric balance)•   Asymmetr...
Part A-Camera shots• Establishing shot-It establishes the setting of the scene, it is  usually used in the beginning of a ...
Long shot• A long shot is assembling a characters whole frame or body.
Wide shot• It is a shot from a distance so you can see nearly all of the  people in the scene, usually used when a family ...
Mid/medium shot• These are used to show from the characters or subjects torso  upwards to get a close up. Such as a muscly...
Close up shot• Close up shots are used to show the characters emotions or  feelings in more depth. It is used on a subject...
Extreme close up• This is the same as close up but with more detail, also to show  the importance of emotions.
Over the shoulder• Over the shoulder shots are used to show dominance of the  character who is facing the subject. The cha...
Two shot• A two shot is a scene where two characters are  communicating or interacting usually showing some sort of  relat...
POV (point of view)• Showing from a characters perspective where the audience  are aware the camera would be the character...
Part B-Camera Angles• High shot-Taken from high above to look down upon the  character and to show innocence or vulnerabil...
Low Shot• Taken from a low angle that looks up at the character to show  power and dominance.
Canted/Oblique• It is a shot that appears to be tilted to disorientate the  audience.
Part C-Camera Movement• Pan-The camera pivots left to right and vice versa to show fast  pacing scenes and running. It cou...
Tilt• When the camera moves up and down to show more detail of  an object. If a hot guy stepped out a car and the camera  ...
Track• Similar to pan but the camera is on a track so there is constant  smooth movement such as action films the camera f...
Zoom• When the camera zooms in on a significant moment to show  details of how the character is feeling.
Reverse zoom• When the camera zooms out away from the object to reveal  the setting and people around them.
Dolly• When the camera moves in a out and backwards and  forwards on a tripod.
Part D- Composition• Balance-Arranging a particular scene so it is even on both  sides and nothing or nobody over powers. ...
Depth of field• Is distance of what is in focus and the nearest and farthest  objects in a scene.
Shallow Focus• Where the camera is concentrating on one focus of an object  where the rest is out of focus.               ...
Deep focus• Where the entire image is in focus, meaning the  foreground, middle ground and background are all involved.
Symmetry (symmetric balance)• Where the shot is completely equal on both sides, used to  show organisation.
Asymmetry (asymmetric balance)• Where the shot is completely unequal on both sides to  represent chaos and disorder.
Rule of thirds• The rule states that the image should be divided into nine  equal parts, two equally-spaced horizontal and...
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  1. 1. Assignment 4- Camerashots, camera angles, movement and composition Level Yellow Amy Cleary
  2. 2. Part A- Camera Shots• Establishing shot• Wide shot• Long shot• Mid/medium shot• Close up shot• Extreme close up shot• Over the shoulder shot• Two shot• POV(point of view)
  3. 3. Part B: Camera Angles• Low• High• Canted/oblique
  4. 4. Part C- Camera Movement• Pan• Tilt• Track• Zoom/reverse zoom• Dolly
  5. 5. Part D: Composition• Balance• Depth of field• Shallow focus• Deep focus• Symmetry(symmetric balance)• Asymmetry( asymmetric balance)
  6. 6. Part A-Camera shots• Establishing shot-It establishes the setting of the scene, it is usually used in the beginning of a programme such as Eastenders.
  7. 7. Long shot• A long shot is assembling a characters whole frame or body.
  8. 8. Wide shot• It is a shot from a distance so you can see nearly all of the people in the scene, usually used when a family is a the table.
  9. 9. Mid/medium shot• These are used to show from the characters or subjects torso upwards to get a close up. Such as a muscly man upwards.
  10. 10. Close up shot• Close up shots are used to show the characters emotions or feelings in more depth. It is used on a subject to show the importance.
  11. 11. Extreme close up• This is the same as close up but with more detail, also to show the importance of emotions.
  12. 12. Over the shoulder• Over the shoulder shots are used to show dominance of the character who is facing the subject. The character facing the audience is inferior.
  13. 13. Two shot• A two shot is a scene where two characters are communicating or interacting usually showing some sort of relationship whether its partners, friends or family.
  14. 14. POV (point of view)• Showing from a characters perspective where the audience are aware the camera would be the characters eyes.
  15. 15. Part B-Camera Angles• High shot-Taken from high above to look down upon the character and to show innocence or vulnerability.
  16. 16. Low Shot• Taken from a low angle that looks up at the character to show power and dominance.
  17. 17. Canted/Oblique• It is a shot that appears to be tilted to disorientate the audience.
  18. 18. Part C-Camera Movement• Pan-The camera pivots left to right and vice versa to show fast pacing scenes and running. It could also be used to show a scene that can’t fit in one shot or frame.
  19. 19. Tilt• When the camera moves up and down to show more detail of an object. If a hot guy stepped out a car and the camera would go from his shoes all the way up to show his outfit.
  20. 20. Track• Similar to pan but the camera is on a track so there is constant smooth movement such as action films the camera follows the car.
  21. 21. Zoom• When the camera zooms in on a significant moment to show details of how the character is feeling.
  22. 22. Reverse zoom• When the camera zooms out away from the object to reveal the setting and people around them.
  23. 23. Dolly• When the camera moves in a out and backwards and forwards on a tripod.
  24. 24. Part D- Composition• Balance-Arranging a particular scene so it is even on both sides and nothing or nobody over powers. The ying yang symbol is a perfect example of symmetry.
  25. 25. Depth of field• Is distance of what is in focus and the nearest and farthest objects in a scene.
  26. 26. Shallow Focus• Where the camera is concentrating on one focus of an object where the rest is out of focus. The apple sign has taken most of the focus and the rest is blurred.
  27. 27. Deep focus• Where the entire image is in focus, meaning the foreground, middle ground and background are all involved.
  28. 28. Symmetry (symmetric balance)• Where the shot is completely equal on both sides, used to show organisation.
  29. 29. Asymmetry (asymmetric balance)• Where the shot is completely unequal on both sides to represent chaos and disorder.
  30. 30. Rule of thirds• The rule states that the image should be divided into nine equal parts, two equally-spaced horizontal and vertical lines.
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