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  1. 1. Assignment 3: CAM SAM C By: Katia Martins
  2. 2. CAM Shots • 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
  3. 3. Establishing shot • The scene of Wembley stadium. • Shows the audience a full view of the scenery.
  4. 4. Wide shot • This is a wide shot of my dinner table. • Wide shots are used to give the audience a large amount of information.
  5. 5. Long shot • This is a long shot of my back garden. • Long shots are used to just like wide shots to show the audience a large amount of information.
  6. 6. Mid/medium shot • 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).
  7. 7. Close up shot • This is a close up of my black Labrador calendar. • Close up shots are used to show detail of an object or a person.
  8. 8. Extreme close up shot • This is a shot of mine and my friends eye. • 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 object.
  9. 9. 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.
  10. 10. Over the shoulder shot • This shot is of me doing my media work. • Over the shoulder shots can demonstrate people positions and different hierarchies.
  11. 11. Two shot •This is a shot of two scissors. •Two shot I usually used to signify or show a relationship between the two characters/objects.
  12. 12. Overhead shot •This is a overhead shot of my friend on her phone. •Overhead is like a birds eye view.
  13. 13. CAM angles • Low • High • Canted/oblique
  14. 14. Low •This is a picture was taken at a low angle. •An angle taken from a lower place that looks up at the character or subject. Often used to make the character or subject appear more dominant and powerful.
  15. 15. High •This is a high shot angle of my friend. •This is an angle taken from a higher place that looks down at the character or subject of ten use d to show that the character is vulnerable or weak.
  16. 16. Canted/oblique •This is a picture of my beach in Portugal. •Camera angle that makes what is shot appear tilted. This is also used to disorientate the audience.
  17. 17. CAM movement • Pan • Tilt • Track • Zoom • Reverse zoom • Dolly • (SCREEN GRABS OF ALL)
  18. 18. Pan •These are screen grabs of our school garden. •This gives us a panoramic view sometimes used to establish scene that cant fit into one shot/frame.
  19. 19. Tilt •These are screen grabs of my body. •Tilt can be used to give a viewer more information/view about settings, objects, characters. •Often used to reveal a whole outfit of a character.
  20. 20. Track •These are screen grabs of me playing football. •“Track” is referred to rails in which a wheeled platform sits on in order to carry out smooth movement.
  21. 21. Zoom •These are screen grabs of zooming into the pens. •Zoom is when the camera feature goes in towards an object or character to reveal more significant or detail.
  22. 22. Reverse zoom •Exact opposite of zoom •These are screen grabs of reverse zooming of the pens •When the camera feature zoo, goes out away from an object or character to reveal more details/setting around them.
  23. 23. Dolly •These screen grabs are of the camera circulating around me (dolly) •When a camera moves in and out or backwards and forwards on an object called a dolly which is like a tripod with wheels.
  24. 24. Composition • Symmetry balance • Asymmetry balance • Rule of thirds • Shallow focus • Deep focus • Focus pulls
  25. 25. Symmetry balance •This image is of my feet which are symmetrical. •When the shot or frame is equally symmetrical or balanced on both sides. •Often used to show order.
  26. 26. Asymmetry balance •The exact opposite of symmetry. •This is an image of our school benches. Here the bins and trees are not symmetrical. •Often used in film to show disorder, chaos or various objects.
  27. 27. Rule of thirds •This image is of Wembley stadium and it is a 3 by 3 image. •The rule states that the image needs to be divided in 9 equal parts by two equally spaced horizontal lines and two equally spaced vertical lines.
  28. 28. Shallow focus •This image the focus is on the ipad cover. •Shallow focus is a photographic and cinematographic technique incorporating a small depth of field.
  29. 29. Deep focus •The opposite of shallow focus. •This image is of my beach in Portugal here the image is all in focus. •The entire image is in focus. (the foreground, middle-ground and background are all in focus).
  30. 30. Focus pulls •These are screen grabs of a focus pull on my hand. •Focus pull is a creative technique in which you change focus during shot. Usually this means adjusting the focus from one subject to another. •Therefore in this case it would be from my hand to the chair.