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    Week 3_Camera angles Week 3_Camera angles Presentation Transcript

    • What is a Camera?
      A Guide to Creativity
    • Power Rules Review
      1. Use a Tripod
      • A tripod will give stability for beautiful steady footage
    • 3. Lock and Roll
      • Lock it: frame your shot then do not touch the camera.
      • Roll It: record and let run it for at least 10 seconds.
    • 2. Rule of Thirds
      Place points of interest on the lines or intersections.
    • 2. Rule of Thirds
    • 4. FOCUS
      • Zoom in on your subject
      • Focus
      • (If it is a person, focus on their eyes)
    • Shot Type Review
    • ELS: Extreme Long Shot
      • Use this shot to establish the area
    • LS: Long Shot
      • Show the entire person or subject
    • MS: Medium Shot
      • Frame the subject from the waist up
    • CU: Close Up
      • Show a particular part of your subject. For people this usually means that the shot frames just the head and shoulders.
    • ECU: Extreme Close Up
      • Much closer than the CU. Details. For a person this could be the eyes and mouth only.
    • Camera Angles
    • Child’s Eye
      The camera is positioned so that the child’s eyes are level with the lens of the camera.
    • Eye Level
      A fairly neutral shot; the camera is positioned to be at the eye level of the subject.
    • High Angle
      Camera is placed above eye level, looking downward. This shot makes the object look smaller, confused, or more childlike.
    • Low Angle
      Camera is placed below eye level, looking upward. This shot makes the object look bigger, stronger, or more noble.
    • Bird’s Eye View
      This shows a scene from directly overhead, a very unnatural and strange angle.
    • What’s our angle?
    • What’s our angle?
    • What’s our angle?
    • What’s our angle?
    • What’s our angle?