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  • 1. The Camera
    • Shot types and Movement
  • 2. use of the camera
    • Different types of shots are used in combination to give you information about where and when something is happening, the role of a character or their reactions, to draw attention to something or to create an impression or feeling.
    • What are the names of some shots that you already know?
  • 3. Long Shot
    • Long Shot (LS)
        • This is a shot that shows a person from the top of their head to their feet
        • Why is this shot used?
  • 4. Medium Shot
    • Medium Shot (MS)
        • THis is a shot that show a person from the waist up. Often there can be more than one person in the shot (two Shot)
        • For what reason would you use this shot?
  • 5. Close up
    • Close Up (CU)
        • THis is a shot that shows a person face from about the shoulders up
        • Why would you use a close up?
  • 6. High Angle Shot
    • This is where the camera is placed above the object, looking down on the subject.
    • What is the effect of this shot?
  • 7. Low Angle Shot
    • THis is where the camera is placed below the object, looking up at it.
    • What is the effect of this type shot?
  • 8. Watching
    • So when you look at a shot consider:
      • What is the shot type?
      • What is the camera drawing our attention to?
      • How does the shot type do this?
      • What is the effect on the audience?
  • 9. Activity
    • View the Godzilla Trailer
      • What shots can you identify and why has they been used (at least five shots)
      • What is the effect on the audience?