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Ethan And Chazs Film Techniques Slideshow, And Were Cool Aswell
Ethan And Chazs Film Techniques Slideshow, And Were Cool Aswell
Ethan And Chazs Film Techniques Slideshow, And Were Cool Aswell
Ethan And Chazs Film Techniques Slideshow, And Were Cool Aswell
Ethan And Chazs Film Techniques Slideshow, And Were Cool Aswell
Ethan And Chazs Film Techniques Slideshow, And Were Cool Aswell
Ethan And Chazs Film Techniques Slideshow, And Were Cool Aswell
Ethan And Chazs Film Techniques Slideshow, And Were Cool Aswell
Ethan And Chazs Film Techniques Slideshow, And Were Cool Aswell
Ethan And Chazs Film Techniques Slideshow, And Were Cool Aswell
Ethan And Chazs Film Techniques Slideshow, And Were Cool Aswell
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Ethan And Chazs Film Techniques Slideshow, And Were Cool Aswell

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Ethan and Chaz film techniques

Ethan and Chaz film techniques

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  • 1. Film techniques
  • 2. Establishing shot – A shot that helps to set the scene it helps the spectator locate him or herself within the narrative of the film.
  • 3. Close up – A shot taken from close up showing detail of the subject.
  • 4. Two shot – A shot that contains two subjects.
  • 5. High angle shot – When the camera is located from a high point and looking downwards. It makes the subject look small.
  • 6. Low angle shot – When the camera is located at a low point and is looking up.
  • 7. Reaction shot – A shot in which someone is shown reacting to another's action or words.
  • 8. Crane shot – A shot taken by a camera from a crane.
  • 9. Birds eye view – A shot looking directly down on the subject or subjects
  • 10. Trunk shot – This shot is used when one or more characters need to retrieve something from the ground or somewhere low. Also used to make the characters look large or impressive.
  • 11. Haha, you know that pic we had with the smiley over it? Well this is the real one, hahaha!!

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