Close Up The close up shot is used to reveal detail. This shot shows the emotion coming from the guys face.
Medium Shot This shot, you can still see expression on the persons face, while getting more information from what is going on around the person.
Long Shot This shot is useful for someone that is walking or moving. This shot shows the whole figure of the characters as there is more than one person in the scene.
Two Shot Two-shots are composed when two people are in the scene and their interaction is important. A two-shot is a good way to introduce a conversation. From the introduction you might cut to an over the shoulder shot of one person talking or a close-up of the other person reacting to what is being said.
Point Of View This shot is when you see exactly what the character is seeing.
Extreme Close Up This shot is a extreme version of a close up which is zoomed in on the face of the character with no background what so ever. This shot can determine whether a character emotional and give a further dramatic effect to the shot.
Over The Shoulder This shot includes a part of a shoulder on one side of the frame and can give us a point of view shot aswel.
High Angle This shot shows us the subject from above which makes them seem inferior and less significant.
Bird Eye view Directly above the frame and is less realistic.
Eye Level This shot shows the subject as you would see them in real life.
Low Angle This shot show the subject being more dominant as they look more superior and bigger.