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Camera angles 2 updated 7 Camera angles 2 updated 7 Presentation Transcript

  • AS MEDIA STUDIES CAMERA WORK
    • A shot, often outside, that indicates where action will take place.
    Friends
    • This shots shows extreme detail
    The Blair Witch Project bomb timer
    • A shot where the subject is framed from the waist up
    • Hardest to define, but loosely, will involve seeing a person in full focus
    Mission Impossible
    • Usually outside, can be from up to half a mile away
    • When … people are in the shot.
    Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon Lethal Weapon 3
    • A shot from behind a person looking at another person.
    • Half way between a mid shot and a close up.
    • The camera operator stays still and the camera moves to follow action, or often a moving object like a vehicle.
  • A shot from behind a person looking at another person.
    • Using heliocopters or planes to provide an extreme….
    • Showing a … view of a scene.
    close-up, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Buffy looking unhappy the same scene, but …
    • A shot that is used at the beginning or end of ‘sections’.
    The Weakest Link
    • From below the actor or set.
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  • CANTED ANGLE
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    • Using a … or similar to create medium high angle.
  •  
  • TILT SHOT
  • DOLLY SHOT
  • ZOOM
  • REVERSE ZOOM
    • Where the camera operator moves alongside the action.
  • STEADICAM
  • HAND-HELD
    • Using a piece of set or scenary to … a shot.
  • RULE OF THIRDS
  • DEPTH OF FIELD
  • DEEP & SHALLOW FOCUS
  • FOCUS PULLS
    • Camera shot as if through the eyes of the protagonist.
  • ACTIVITY