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  • A:Camera ShootB:Camera Movement C:Camera Angles D:Composition
  •  Establishing shotEstablishing is a setting of a scene, often used giving viewer information about where the scene is set .
  •  Wide shotThis shot is wide and shows a large variety of information, often establishing are wide shot .This could be used to show everyone in a room or at a dinner table.
  •  Long shotFraming of character or subject of their whole body It normally used by people who are running or can be to show what they doing.
  •  Mid/medium shotFraming of A character or subject of their torso(mostly torso and head but could be torso and legs).It used to show what the person are doing .
  •  Close up shot Framing of a character or subject of some particular of their body or object such as face, hand this Is used when you want to show something in detail .
  •  Extreme close up shot A shot is of a part of body or face to show audience to give them more information or detail about a character or object.
  •  Point of viewShow a view from the characters perspective used to show in a way which the audience are aware of whole the character is e.g they would a reverse shot of the character .
  •  Over the shoulder shotA shoot which is filmed as if it is from the back of the character’s shoulder. This shot is used to show the character Facing the audience is very Inferior.
  •  Two shotTwo character communicating ,interacting or conversing .Usually used to show a relationship between the two character (it dose not have to be humane) .
  •  Overhead shot A type of camera shot in which is placed above the character ,action or object being filmed. Distances could vary.
  •  Pan When a camera pivots horizontally either from left to right or right to left to reveal more information. It can be used to give view a panoramic view,somtimes used to establish a scene .
  •  TiltWhen a camera pivots vertically ether from bottom to top or top to bottom to reveal more information .It can be used to give more information or view the setting ,object and character .
  •  Track Movement of the camera from side to side without a pivot to follow an abject or character this can be used to make smooth movement from side to side or frontward and backwards.
  •  ZoomWhen the camera feature zoom goes in toward an object or character to reveal more detail it can be used to show small detail.
  •  Reverse zoom Reverse often called ‘zoom out’ when the camera feature zoom goes out away from an object or character which is used to reveal detail from far or setting around them. Speed of zoom can vary.
  •  DollyWhen a camera moves in and out on an object called dolly which is like a tripod with wheels.
  •  Low angle An angel that take from a lower place that look up at the character or subject are often used to make the character or subject to look more dominant and powerful .
  •  High angle An angle that taken from a higher place that looks down at character or subject, often used for to make the character or subject appear vulnerable, weak and to make them smaller.
  •  Canted or oblique Camera angle that makes what is shot to appear skewed or tilled, it can be used to disorientate the audience.
  •  Balance is arrange element so that no one part of work overpower. Balance is when both sides artwork, if split down the middle appear to be the same are used to equal the page arranging element of the same element e.g ying yang.balance shape balance colour
  •  Symmetry(balance) When the shot is equally symmetry or balance on both sides. Both sides look nearly identical on both side. Often used to show order, normalness or organisation.
  •  Asymmetry (unbalance ) When the shot is unbalance on both side . therefore both side looks different often used in filming to show disorder objects characters.
  •  Depth of field Depth of is distance of what is in focus. It is the distance between the nearest and farthest object in the scene that appear acceptable sharp in an image this is used to show the differences to the audience.
  •  Rule of thirdThe rule of third is a compostion that the image should be divided into nine equal parts by two equal spaced horizontal lines this is used to create attention energy interest in the composition.
  •  Shallow focus In shallow focus one plane of the image in focus while the rest is out of focus. Shallow focus typically used for emphasize one part of the image over another.
  •  Deep focus Deep focus in which is entire image is in focus. In deep focus the foregrounds, mid- ground and background all in focus. This used for to pull the main character to be on focus.
  •  Focus pulls Focus pulls is a creative camera technique in which you change the focus during a shot; usually means adjusting focus one subject to another this can be used to to change the focus of an subject or character.