Assignment 3: CAM SAMC
Noor Naoum
12 Stephen
Low shot
A low angled shot is a shot
positioned vertically on the
ground and is tilted upwards.
This makes the object appe...
Establishing shot
An establishing shot is a shot
which includes the whole area
such as buildings, cars etc.
Long shot
A long shot is a shot taken
from a distance to show
how large the building is.
Long shots could be taken
for flo...
Close up
A close up is a type of shot
which frames a person or
an object. Close ups are
mainly used alongside of
medium sh...
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...
Medium close up
Medium Close Up
lies half way
between a mid
shot and a close-up
shot. Usually the
medium close up
tends to...
High shot
A high angle shot is
usually taken from
above. In movies or
pictures the high
shot represents
that object as
bei...
Wide shot
A wide shot shows large info
of the whole image. Like a
panoramic photo which
captures all of the scene.
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
This implies that 1/3 of the opposite is
showing and the main focus is on the
opposite person. The perso...
Two shot
A two shot camera angle
contains two people in
the same scene. These
two characters could be
having a conversatio...
Over head shot
An overhead shot is
from a birds eye view
where the camera is
positioned above a
person or an object.
Canted/oblique
Camera angle that makes a shot
appear tilted which would allow
the audience to tilt their heads
slightly.
pan
A source of panorama is used to
capture the whole scene so the camera
movement is coordinated with the
movement of the...
Tilt
A tilt Is an image or a scene which
is slightly tilted. This would allow
the viewers to also tilt, so this
engages th...
Track
A track is used to
move around the
scene with the
characters moving. Its
called a track because
the camera is moving...
Zoom
A zoom moves in onto the
object or person who the
main focus is on and slightly
blurs the background to
represent thi...
Reverse zoom
A reverse zoom is a zoom out
which doesn’t have a main focus
all of what's captured is focused
on.
Dolly
A dolly is used for the movement of the
camera. The tripod is placed onto it and the
dolly could be pushed anywhere ...
Crane
An overhead crane is used to
show an over head view of the
scene. This would show the
detail in the scene and the
am...
Steadicam
The Steadicam stabilises
the camera in place it is
shown as a smooth shot
and moves smoothly
with the focus’
mov...
Symmetry
Symmetry is when
both sides are
symmetrically
equal. This building
is equal because
both sides of it are
the same.
Asymmetry
When the two sides are not
equally symmetrical. (they
don’t look the same) this is
called asymmetry.
Rule of thirds
The rule of thirds is a table which
measures out the way the image is
viewed. This is supposed to portray
t...
Depth of field
Depth of field is the distance
between the nearest and the
furthest objects that mainly show
a focus on the...
Shallow focus
A shallow focus mainly
focuses on the object and
blurs the rest of the
background. The focus
could be on one...
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. Low shot A low angled shot is a shot positioned vertically on the ground and is tilted upwards. This makes the object appear bigger which shows it is either powerful or large.
  3. 3. Establishing shot An establishing shot is a shot which includes the whole area such as buildings, cars etc.
  4. 4. Long shot A long shot is a shot taken from a distance to show how large the building is. Long shots could be taken for flowers, buildings, cars etc.
  5. 5. Close up A close up is a type of shot which frames a person or an object. Close ups are mainly used alongside of medium shots and long shots.
  6. 6. 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 flower.
  7. 7. Medium close up Medium Close Up lies half way between a mid shot and a close-up shot. Usually the medium close up tends to cover the subject's head and shoulders.
  8. 8. High shot 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.
  9. 9. Wide shot A wide shot shows large info of the whole image. Like a panoramic photo which captures all of the scene.
  10. 10. 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.
  11. 11. Over the shoulder This implies that 1/3 of the opposite is showing and the main focus is on the opposite person. The persons head and shoulder is blurred so that the main focus would be on the opposite person.
  12. 12. 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.
  13. 13. Over head shot An overhead shot is from a birds eye view where the camera is positioned above a person or an object.
  14. 14. Canted/oblique Camera angle that makes a shot appear tilted which would allow the audience to tilt their heads slightly.
  15. 15. pan A source of panorama is used to capture the whole scene so the camera movement is coordinated with the movement of the body
  16. 16. Tilt A tilt Is an image or a scene which is slightly tilted. This would allow the viewers to also tilt, so this engages the viewers.
  17. 17. Track A track is used to move around the scene with the characters moving. Its called a track because the camera is moving on a track whilst the camera is in a steady position.
  18. 18. Zoom A zoom moves in onto the object or person who the main focus is on and slightly blurs the background to represent this focus.
  19. 19. Reverse zoom A reverse zoom is a zoom out which doesn’t have a main focus all of what's captured is focused on.
  20. 20. Dolly A dolly is used for the movement of the camera. The tripod is placed onto it and the dolly could be pushed anywhere around whilst the camera is steadily positioned on the tripod.
  21. 21. Crane An overhead crane is used to show an over head view of the scene. This would show the detail in the scene and the amount of people/objects.
  22. 22. Steadicam The Steadicam stabilises the camera in place it is shown as a smooth shot and moves smoothly with the focus’ movement. It is used when a tripod cannot be used at a high angle so this will keep it steady.
  23. 23. Symmetry Symmetry is when both sides are symmetrically equal. This building is equal because both sides of it are the same.
  24. 24. Asymmetry When the two sides are not equally symmetrical. (they don’t look the same) this is called asymmetry.
  25. 25. Rule of thirds The rule of thirds is a table which measures out the way the image is viewed. This is supposed to portray that the scenes objects are almost equally in line.
  26. 26. Depth of field Depth of field is the distance between the nearest and the furthest objects that mainly show a focus on the camera.
  27. 27. Shallow focus A shallow focus mainly focuses on the object and blurs the rest of the background. The focus could be on one character in front of the camera. The focus could also be on people standing in the background and person in front of the camera is blurred out.
  28. 28. Deep focus Everything has an importance in this picture because everything is focused.
  29. 29. Focus pulls Focus pulls maintains image sharpness in order for the image to stand out

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