Assignment 3: CAM SAMC

Noor Naoum, 12 Stephen
Camera shots
Establishing shot
Wide shot
Long shot
Mid/Medium shot
Close up shot
Extreme close up shot
POV (Point of view)...
Establishing shot
• Establishes the
scene and shows
its setting it
could be taken
from long
distances and a
wide shot.
Wide shot
A wide shot is a large amount of
information which could be
similar to a panoramic shot.
Establishing shots coul...
Long shot
Portraying the persons whole
body is a long shot.
Mid/Medium shot
Portrays the characters body
either from the torso or above
or the torso and below.
Close up
Framing a subject
or a person on a
particular part of
an object or body
closely.
Extreme Close Up
Extreme Close Up is a shot that
is so tight and close that only
the small detail could be seen in
the obj...
POV (point of view)
Shows the persons point of
view in the image. E.g. Hands
are showing whilst riding a bike
and filming....
Over The Shoulder Shot

This shot is taken from the
back of someone’s shoulder.
The person who is opposite
occupies 1/3 pa...
Two Shot
A two shot camera angle
contains two people in
the same scene. These
two characters could be
having a conversatio...
Overhead shot
An overhead shot is
from a birds eye view
where the camera is
positioned above a
person or an object.
Camera Angles
High
Low
Canted/Oblique
High
A high angle shot is
usually taken from
above. In movies or
pictures the high
shot represents
that object as
being vu...
Low
A low angled shot is a shot
positioned vertically on the
ground and is tilted upwards.
This makes the object/person
ap...
Canted/Oblique
Canted/Oblique makes the
image appear to be slightly
tilted so this can confuse
the audience.
Camera Movement
Pan
Tilt
Track
Zoom
Reverse zoom
Dolly
Pan

A source of panorama is used to
capture the whole scene so the camera
movement is coordinated with the
movement of th...
Tilt
When the camera either comes
vertically from bottom to top or
from top to bottom to expose
more information either ab...
Track

Track is moving the camera very smoothly and it’s a side to side
movement without a pivot following the object or p...
Zoom

When the camera zooms in towards the person or the object showing
greater detail.
Reverse Zoom

Reverse zoom is in opposition to zooming in. reverse zoom is mainly
known as ‘zoom out’ which gradually zoom...
Dolly
• Whilst the camera
zooms in and out
it was moving
around steadily
and placed on a
tripod.
Composition
Symmetry balance/ Asymmetry balance
Rule of thirds
Shallow focus
Deep focus
Focus pulls
Symmetry Balance
Symmetry is when
both sides are
symmetrically
equal. This building
is equal because
both sides of it are
...
Asymmetry

When the two sides are not
equally symmetrical. (they
don’t look the same) this is
called asymmetry. In filming...
Rule Of Thirds
Rule of thirds is an image
divided into 9 boxes with
equally spaced horizontal
lines and two equally spaced...
Shallow Focus
• A shallow focus
mainly focuses
on the object
and blurs the
rest of the
background.it is
slightly a small
d...
Deep focus
Everything has an
importance in this picture
because everything is
focused.
Focus Pulls
Focus pulls
maintains image
sharpness in order
for the image to
stand out
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  1. 1. Assignment 3: CAM SAMC Noor Naoum, 12 Stephen
  2. 2. Camera 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 • Establishes the scene and shows its setting it could be taken from long distances and a wide shot.
  4. 4. Wide shot A wide shot is a large amount of information which could be similar to a panoramic shot. Establishing shots could most of the time be wide shots.
  5. 5. Long shot Portraying the persons whole body is a long shot.
  6. 6. Mid/Medium shot Portrays the characters body either from the torso or above or the torso and below.
  7. 7. Close up Framing a subject or a person on a particular part of an object or body closely.
  8. 8. Extreme Close Up Extreme Close Up is a shot that is so tight and close that only the small detail could be seen in the object such as the middle of the eye.
  9. 9. POV (point of view) Shows the persons point of view in the image. E.g. Hands are showing whilst riding a bike and filming. So this portrays the photographers point of view.
  10. 10. Over The Shoulder Shot This shot is taken from the back of someone’s shoulder. The person who is opposite occupies 1/3 part of the image because they are the main focus.
  11. 11. Two Shot A two shot camera angle contains two people in the same scene. These two characters could be having a conversation or even arguing.
  12. 12. Overhead shot An overhead shot is from a birds eye view where the camera is positioned above a person or an object.
  13. 13. Camera Angles High Low Canted/Oblique
  14. 14. High A high angle shot is usually taken from above. In movies or pictures the high shot represents that object as being vulnerable, innocent and small.
  15. 15. Low A low angled shot is a shot positioned vertically on the ground and is tilted upwards. This makes the object/person appear bigger which shows it is either powerful or large.
  16. 16. Canted/Oblique Canted/Oblique makes the image appear to be slightly tilted so this can confuse the audience.
  17. 17. Camera Movement Pan Tilt Track Zoom Reverse zoom Dolly
  18. 18. Pan A source of panorama is used to capture the whole scene so the camera movement is coordinated with the movement of the body
  19. 19. Tilt When the camera either comes vertically from bottom to top or from top to bottom to expose more information either about an object or a person.
  20. 20. Track Track is moving the camera very smoothly and it’s a side to side movement without a pivot following the object or person.
  21. 21. Zoom When the camera zooms in towards the person or the object showing greater detail.
  22. 22. Reverse Zoom Reverse zoom is in opposition to zooming in. reverse zoom is mainly known as ‘zoom out’ which gradually zooms out of a detailed object or a person.
  23. 23. Dolly • Whilst the camera zooms in and out it was moving around steadily and placed on a tripod.
  24. 24. Composition Symmetry balance/ Asymmetry balance Rule of thirds Shallow focus Deep focus Focus pulls
  25. 25. Symmetry Balance Symmetry is when both sides are symmetrically equal. This building is equal because both sides of it are the same.
  26. 26. Asymmetry When the two sides are not equally symmetrical. (they don’t look the same) this is called asymmetry. In filming this is usually chaotic scenes, disorder either a person or an object.
  27. 27. Rule Of Thirds Rule of thirds is an image divided into 9 boxes with equally spaced horizontal lines and two equally spaced vertical lines this portrays that most of the image is on an equal line.
  28. 28. Shallow Focus • A shallow focus mainly focuses on the object and blurs the rest of the background.it is slightly a small depth of field
  29. 29. Deep focus Everything has an importance in this picture because everything is focused.
  30. 30. Focus Pulls Focus pulls maintains image sharpness in order for the image to stand out
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