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  • 1. Assignment 3
  • 2. Establishing shot. This is a establishing shot which is setting the scene of a busy garden with children toys and clothes hanging on the washing line.
  • 3. Wide Shot. The purpose of a wide shot is to focus on something and in this situation the purpose is to show what is on the table.
  • 4. Long Shot. This is a long shot showing a whole statue figure in a frame. The purpose of this shot is the show the whole object or person in this frame.
  • 5. Mid/Medium Shot. The second picture shows the upper half of a person whereas the first picture only shows the upper half of a flower pot. The purpose of this shot is to only focus on the upper half as it seems to the important aspect.
  • 6. Close Up Shot. This is a close up shot of a moneybox. The purpose of this shot is to give a clearer idea of an object but not a detailed idea.
  • 7. Extreme Close Up Shot. This is an extreme close up shot of a coin. The purpose of this shot is to show the details of the object.
  • 8. Point Of View. (P.O.V) This is a P.O.V shot showing a person writing. The purpose of this is so that we can feel as if it is us as an audience writing.
  • 9. Over The Shoulder Shot.  The over the shoulder shot is used when a person is being shown to be powerful then to other or weaker than the other.
  • 10. Two Shot. The purpose of this shot is to get two objects or people into one frame. In this case it is two objects. This could be to show importance.
  • 11. Overhead Shot. The overhead shot is used to show over an object or over a characters head to see what they are reading or writing. The purpose of this is to include the audience.
  • 12. Low Angle. The purpose of a low angle is to make the audience feel as if the object or person in the shot has a sense of power and importance. This is a statue and could symbolise something important so by using this shot, it emphasises this idea.
  • 13. High Angle. A high angle is to make a person or object seem less important and weak. I choose this statue because it is of a women crying so I thought that the angle would emphasis this.
  • 14. Canted Angle. This camera angle makes what is a shot to appear tilted. This can be used to disorientate the audience.
  • 15. Pan. Show a 180 degrees pivoting movement. The purpose is to show all around because not all can fit in one frame.
  • 16. Tilt. The purpose of this shock is to show the environment below and above us. This can be also used when a character is nodding.
  • 17. Track. Steady camera on a ‘railway’ track moving steadily to side to side. The purpose of this is so that if a character is running, it looks more believable and the camera can keep up to the same speed as the person.
  • 18. Zoom. When the camera lense goes in towards an object or character to reveal more significance or detail. The link is an example from the film The Shining released in 1980. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f_go1X3 DmB0
  • 19. Reverse Zoom. This is the opposite to zoom. Instead of moving forwards you move backwards. The purpose of this to reveal more of the setting around the character. The link is an example of reverse zoom based on a personal vlog. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1LCCAtI AZqs
  • 20. Dolly. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i_1 eFK4ZJmw This is when a camera move in and out or backwards and forwards on an object. Tripod on wheels. The purpose could be to create tension in a horror movie or just to feel more connection with a character. The link is an example of dolly movement which a man playing an instrument.
  • 21. Symmetry Balance.  This is when a shot is balanced and equal on both sides. The purpose of this is to create a sense of order, control and normality.
  • 22. Asymmetry Balance.  This is when a shot is unbalanced on both sides. Both sides are not equal to each other. The purpose of this may be to create disorder or chaos.
  • 23. Rule of Thirds.  This rule states that an image should be imagined as being divided into nine equal parts by two horizontal lines and two equally spaced vertical lines. The purpose of this maybe to set a certain atmosphere.
  • 24. Shallow Focus.  Shallow focus is used when one object or person is in the frame but their surrounding is blurred. The purpose of this could be to show important, authority, strength or/and power.  The link is of a video showing shallow focus but in a relatable everyday environment. http://www.youtube.com/watch? v=gPGsyuSvTIM
  • 25. Deep Focus.  There is a bottom, middle and top of a shot which means that everything in that shot is very important. The purpose of this shot is to set a scene of a character or mood of a movie or also, to show an object to be of importance.
  • 26. Focus Pulls.  This technique is when you change your focus during a shot. This simply means altering the focus from one thing to another.  The link is an example of focus pull. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HGTM1qVnro8 Changes subject focus within 4 seconds.