Media Presentation
Luke Hanshaw and Dan Gleeson
Low Angle Shot
Low angle shots are often used
to make things look bigger than
they actually are. The sensation
of looking ...
High Angle Shot
High angle shots can be used to
suggest the character is isolated
and is not In control of his/her
surroun...
Long Shot
Long shots are used to show the
settings and scenery, normally
used in conjunction with the
zooming shot to show...
Establishing Shot
An establishing shot in
filmmaking and television
production sets up, or
establishes the context for a
s...
Over the Shoulder Shot
Usually chosen the over the
shoulder camera shot is used
for the audience to get a feel of
actually...
Close Up shot
Close up shots are used to
isolate all other surroundings.
Normally close ups focus on
characters faces to s...
Mid Shot
It is mainly used for a scene
when it is desirable to see the
persons facial expressions in the
context of their ...
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Camera Angles Dan Media G322

  1. 1. Media Presentation Luke Hanshaw and Dan Gleeson
  2. 2. Low Angle Shot Low angle shots are often used to make things look bigger than they actually are. The sensation of looking up makes the audience feel like the character is towering over them.
  3. 3. High Angle Shot High angle shots can be used to suggest the character is isolated and is not In control of his/her surroundings.
  4. 4. Long Shot Long shots are used to show the settings and scenery, normally used in conjunction with the zooming shot to show the detail.
  5. 5. Establishing Shot An establishing shot in filmmaking and television production sets up, or establishes the context for a scene by showing the relationship between its important figures and objects. It is generally a long- or extreme-long shot at the beginning of a scene indicating where, and sometimes when, the remainder of the scene takes place.
  6. 6. Over the Shoulder Shot Usually chosen the over the shoulder camera shot is used for the audience to get a feel of actually being in the scene with the characters. It's very effective and used often in films.
  7. 7. Close Up shot Close up shots are used to isolate all other surroundings. Normally close ups focus on characters faces to see emotions and sometimes key objects that are significant in the film/programme.
  8. 8. Mid Shot It is mainly used for a scene when it is desirable to see the persons facial expressions in the context of their body language.

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