• Establishing shot
• Wide shot
• Long Shot
• Mid/medium shot
• Close up shot
• Extreme close up shot
• POV (point of view)
• Over the shoulder shot
• Two Shot
• Overhead shot
• The scene of Wembley stadium.
• Shows the audience a full view of
• This is a wide shot of my dinner table.
• Wide shots are used to give the
audience a large amount of information.
• This is a long shot of my
• Long shots are used to just
like wide shots to show the
audience a large amount of
• This is a medium shot of me.
• Mid/medium shots are used to
frame a character or subject of their
torso (mostly torso and head but
can be torso and legs)
Close up shot
• This is a close up of my black
• Close up shots are used to
show detail of an object or a
Extreme close up shot
• This is a shot of mine and my friends
• Extreme close up shots are used to
show a part of the body or face at an
extreme detail to the audience so that
they have access to more information
or detail about this character or
POV (point of view)
• This is a shot of me on my phone.
• Point of view shots show the view from
the characters perspective.
• This also allows the audience to know
and be aware who the character is at
the time being.
Over the shoulder shot
• This shot is of me doing my media
• Over the shoulder shots
• Reverse zoom
• (SCREEN GRABS OF ALL)
• Symmetry balance
• Asymmetry balance
• Rule of thirds
• Shallow focus
• Deep focus
• Focus pulls