Assignment 3 CAMSAM

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Assignment 3 CAMSAM

  1. 1. Assignment 3: CAM SAM C Chelsea Hopkins
  2. 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. 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. 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. 5. Long Shot Long shots are used to frame a character or subjects full body. Therefore allowing us to see the full image
  6. 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. 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. 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. 9. POV A point of view shot shows you what the character is looking at
  10. 10. Two Shot Two shots always have two items or people, showing a relationship between them
  11. 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. 12. Low The opposite of high, a low angle looks up at the subject and is located below the eye line
  13. 13. Tilt Tilt is the movement of the camera when it is stationary and rotates vertically
  14. 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. 15. Zoom Zooming go in towards a subject to give more detail
  16. 16. Reverse Zoom Reverse zoom moves away from the subject, showing detail beforehand.
  17. 17. Deep Focus A deep focus shows the entire image in focus to give the audience the full perspective Screen shot
  18. 18. Asymmetry A shot is unbalanced or asymmetrical on both sides, meaning they look different to show disorder chaos or various objects
  19. 19. Shallow Focus A shallow focus emphasises one part of a picture before another

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