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Assignment 3 CAMSAM
Assignment 3 CAMSAM
Assignment 3 CAMSAM
Assignment 3 CAMSAM
Assignment 3 CAMSAM
Assignment 3 CAMSAM
Assignment 3 CAMSAM
Assignment 3 CAMSAM
Assignment 3 CAMSAM
Assignment 3 CAMSAM
Assignment 3 CAMSAM
Assignment 3 CAMSAM
Assignment 3 CAMSAM
Assignment 3 CAMSAM
Assignment 3 CAMSAM
Assignment 3 CAMSAM
Assignment 3 CAMSAM
Assignment 3 CAMSAM
Assignment 3 CAMSAM
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  • 1. Assignment 3: CAM SAM C Chelsea Hopkins
  • 2. Camera Shots Camera Angles Camera Movement Composition Establishing shot High Pan Symmetry Wide Shot Low Tilt Asymmetry Long Canted/oblique Track Rule of thirds Mid/medium Zoom Shallow focus Close up Reverse zoom Deep focus Extreme close up Dolly Focus pulls Pov(Point of view) Over the shoulder Two shot Overhead
  • 3. Establishing Shot Establishing shots set a scene, giving the viewer an idea of its setting. These can be taken from a range of distances.
  • 4. Wide Shot Wembley stadium This gives a large variety of information. It shows a large amount of detail to show exactly what happens in the image
  • 5. Long Shot Long shots are used to frame a character or subjects full body. Therefore allowing us to see the full image
  • 6. Mid-Shot A medium shot tends to focus from the waist or chest upwards, this shot is usually used to frame a character or subject. These pictures show a recent holiday to Turkey, my nephew and my 16th birthday
  • 7. Close Up Close ups are used to frame a particular part of someone's body and give you detail of a character or subjects features.
  • 8. Extreme Close Up Extreme close ups focus on one aspect of a persons characteristics. This could be any aspect including the eye, lips, nose or hands
  • 9. POV A point of view shot shows you what the character is looking at
  • 10. Two Shot Two shots always have two items or people, showing a relationship between them
  • 11. High A high angle is when the camera is located above the eye line. With the angle the camera looks down at the subject
  • 12. Low The opposite of high, a low angle looks up at the subject and is located below the eye line
  • 13. Tilt Tilt is the movement of the camera when it is stationary and rotates vertically
  • 14. Track Tracking is when the camera the camera is on a dolly and pushed on a track when taking a picture or it moves with the subject in the shot
  • 15. Zoom Zooming go in towards a subject to give more detail
  • 16. Reverse Zoom Reverse zoom moves away from the subject, showing detail beforehand.
  • 17. Deep Focus A deep focus shows the entire image in focus to give the audience the full perspective Screen shot
  • 18. Asymmetry A shot is unbalanced or asymmetrical on both sides, meaning they look different to show disorder chaos or various objects
  • 19. Shallow Focus A shallow focus emphasises one part of a picture before another

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