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  • 1. Assignment 4: camera shots,angles, movement, composition By Laura Cuk
  • 2. CAMERA SHOTSThese are the different types of camerashots:-Establishing-Long-Two-Wide-Mid-Close-up-Extreme close-up-Over the shoulder-Overhead-POV (point of view)-Aerial
  • 3. EstablishingAn establishing shot establishes thesetting of a scene.An establishing shot is taken at ranges ofdistances, as if they were taken from ahelicopter.You would usually see an establishingshot at the beginning of something.
  • 4. LongA long shot is a shot that shows theframing of a character or subject of theirbodyThis shot is not necessarily used for onlypeople. A long shot can be used for otherthings.An example of this would be a dinnertable.
  • 5. TwoA two shot is very straightforwardUsually done to show when two characters arecommunicating, conversing, interacting.
  • 6. Wide• A wide shot is when you can view a large variety of information• A wide shot is also like a panoramic photograph
  • 7. Mid/MediumA mid shot was commonly known as a mediumshot.This camera shot is mostly used for dialogueAlso a mid shot shows the framing of a characteror subject of their torso and head, or their torsoand their legs.
  • 8. Close-upA close-up shot is the framing of a character or subjectwhich shows a particular part of their body or object.An example would be a face, a nose, an eye etc.Close up is used to show more detail or info of acharacter or object.
  • 9. Extreme close-upExtreme close-ups are a shot that is part of thebody or face to show extreme detail
  • 10. Over the shoulderThis shot is taken over the back of a charactersshoulder, emphasis on the ‘over the shoulder’shot.
  • 11. OverheadAn overhead shot is the type of camera shotwhere the camera is placed above a charactershead.
  • 12. POV (point of view)A POV shot is a shot that shows a charactersperspective.To do this particular shot, the camera will needto be placed on the face of the character, (betterto be placed on the eyes) just like googleglasses.
  • 13. AerialAn aerial shot is quite similar to an overheadshot. This shot is taken from an overheadposition.This shot may be similar to an overhead shot,but this shot is usually taken form a far distance. This is an example of an aerial shot. This picture is of the beginning of Eastenders. An aerial shot is like a bird view.
  • 14. CAMERA ANGLESThese are the three different types of camera angles:-Low-High-Canted/Oblique
  • 15. LowA low angle is taken at a low level.Usually positioned on the ground.The purpose of a low angle is to enhance andmake a character or subject look dominant intheir role.
  • 16. HighThis is an angle taken a high place that looksdown on a character or subject.The purpose of a high angle is to make thecharacter or subject appear smaller andvulnerable.
  • 17. Canted/Oblique• This angle is an angle that makes whatever has been shot to look as if it was stewed or tilted.
  • 18. CAMERA MOVEMENTThere are nine different types of camera movement:-Pan-Tilt-Track-Zoom-Reverse zoom-Dolly-Crane-Stedicam-Vertigo
  • 19. PanA pan movement involves pivoting horizontally.This movement gives a panoramic view.
  • 20. TiltA tilt is when the camera is pivoting from up anddown.A tilt movement reveals information.
  • 21. TrackTrack is the movement of a camera that movesfrom side to side.
  • 22. ZoomZoom is when the camera features a zoom goingin towards an object.
  • 23. Reverse zoomReverse zoom is the opposite of zoom.Reverse zoom is also called a zoom out.
  • 24. DollyA dolly movement is where the camera moves inand out or backwards and forwards.
  • 25. CraneWhen the camera is on a craneAn example of this would be the way the cameramoves across the stage and audience like in thex-factor.
  • 26. StedicamA stedicam is a stabilizing mount for a camerawhich mechanically isolates the operatorsmovement from the camera.A stedicam is often used in sports or for highaction.
  • 27. VertigoThis is the movement which is zooming anddollying at the same time.
  • 28. COMPOSITIONThere are eight different types of composition:-Balance-Depth of field-Shallow focus-Deep focus-Symmetry-Asymmetry-Rule of thirds-Focus Pulls
  • 29. Balance• When things are arranged elements so that no one part of a work overpowers, or seems heavier than other part.
  • 30. Depth of field• Is a distance of what is on focus.
  • 31. Shallow focusShallow focus is a photographic andcinematographic technique.This movement is used to emphasise one thingover another thing.
  • 32. Deep focusThis is when everything is in focus.This is when you can see the foreground,background and midground
  • 33. SymmetryWhen the shot is equally symmetrical or balanced on both sides.
  • 34. AsymmetryIs the opposite of symmetry.It is when the shot is equally asymmetrical orunbalanced on both sides.This type of composition is often used in filmingto show disorder, chaos.
  • 35. Rule of thirdsThis is a composition rule used for the visual arts,such as paintings, photography, film and design.Rule of thirds promotes interests, tension, energyin a composition.This is taken without rule of thirds. This is taken with rule of thirds.
  • 36. Focus pullsThis type of composition is usually very hard tocompose.It is when you pull or change the focus ofsomething.

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