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  • Close-up shot: what impact does this have on the viewer?
  • http://youtu.be/T33lNsnVFbI
  • Long shot: what does this accomplish? http://youtu.be/peItXtMdnRI
  • Long shot, bird’s eye view
  • Point of view shot: what does this accomplish?
  • Point of view shot: http://youtu.be/hp5mLbSpKT8
  • Establishing shot: what does this accomplish? http://youtu.be/Sqj7pNAHnWg
  • Tracking shot: The effect is that viewers feel like they are part of the action. Since their perspective is constantly changing they are active participants instead of static observers. http://youtu.be/FQv8OavpALQ
  • Panning shot: http://youtu.be/xD0HoBxDaAg
  • Framing: http://youtu.be/myxiMMa2u_g
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    • 1. Film School 101
    • 2. Close-up shotTightly frames a person or an object
    • 3. The Sick Kitten http://youtu.be/T33lNsnVFbI
    • 4. Long Shottypically shows the entire object or humanfigure and is usually intended to place it insome relation to its surroundings http://youtu.be/peItXtMdnRI
    • 5. Point of view shotA shot perspective where the camera assumesthe subjects view, and thus viewers see whatthe subject sees as if through his/her/its eyes.
    • 6. Goodfellashttp://youtu.be/hp5mLbSpKT8
    • 7. Establishing shotUsually a long-shot at the beginning ofa scene which is intended to inform theaudience about the locale for the scenewhich follows. http://youtu.be/Sqj7pNAHnWg
    • 8. Tracking shota method of getting pictures on video or filmfor television or the movies. Unlike a typical shotwhere the action passes by a stationary camera,a tracking shot uses a moving camera that followsalong with the action. http://youtu.be/FQv8OavpALQ
    • 9. Panning shotA camera movement technique that involvesmoving the camera horizontally to the rightor left. With this technique you can track anobject or follow any type of movement. http://youtu.be/xD0HoBxDaAg
    • 10. FramingThe size and position of objects relativeto the edges of the screen; the arrangementof objects so that they fit within the actualboundaries of the film. http://youtu.be/myxiMMa2u_g

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