Assignment 4Camera shots, camera angles, camera   movement and composition.
Camera Shots•    Establishing Shot•   Wide shot•   Long Shot•   Mid/ medium shot•   Close up shot•   Extreme close up shot...
Establishing shotA shot which has a range of distances wide/long of a place in a cityor a shot of a place. This is usually...
Wide shotWide shots are often used as establishing shots.
Long shot Framing of a character or subject of their whole body
Mid/medium shot       Framing of a subject       or character or their       torso (From the torso       to the head or to...
Close up shot           A shot which           frames a           character or           the subject of           some    ...
Extreme close up• A shot showing extreme detail of a part  of body, face or object to give them  more information detail a...
POV (point of view)• A view from the characters perspective.
Over the shoulder shot• A shot taken from behind the characters  shoulder.
Two shot• Two characters interacting or conversing in a  shot.
Camera Angles• Low• High• Canted/Oblique
Low• An angle that looks up to the character or  object
High• An angle that looks down from the character  or object
Canted/oblique• A shot to appear skewed  or tilted
Camera Movement•   Pan•   Tilt•   Track•   Zoom,•   Reverse zoom•   Dolly•    Crane•   Stedicam•   Vertigo
Pan• Camera pivots horizontally either left to right  or right to left.
Tilt• Camera  moving  vertically  from top to  bottom or  bottom to  top.
Track• Camera moving side to side without a pivot to  follow an object or character
Zoom• Camera goes in towards an object or character  ( speed of zoom can vary)
Reverse Zoom• Camera goes out away an object or character.
Dolly• A tripod with wheels
crane• Dolly-shots-in-the-air, It can move up, down,  left, right and swoop in on action or moving  diagonally out.
Stedicam• A smooth shot is taken when the operator  moves quickly.
vertigo• Zooming in  and dolly  out at the  same time
Composition•   Balance-   Symmetry-   Asymmetry-   Rule Of Thirds-   Depth of field-   - Shallow focus-   Deep focus-   Fo...
Balance• The way we can carefully place objects or  subjects in a frame to show equallness in  colour, size or texture.
Symmetry• Shot equally taken
Asymmetry• A shot that is unbalanced
Rule of thirds• A shot which is  divided in  three equal  parts
Depth of field• A distance of what is in focus.
Shallow focus• One plane of an image that is in focus but the  rest is out of focus.
Deep focus• A shot showing  foreground middle  ground or  background.
Focus pulls• Adjusting the focus from one subject to the  other.
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Assignment 4

  1. 1. Assignment 4Camera shots, camera angles, camera movement and composition.
  2. 2. Camera Shots• Establishing Shot• Wide shot• Long Shot• Mid/ medium shot• Close up shot• Extreme close up shot• Over the shoulder shot• Two shot• POV (Point Of View)
  3. 3. Establishing shotA shot which has a range of distances wide/long of a place in a cityor a shot of a place. This is usually used at the beginning of thescene to show the audience where it is taking place.
  4. 4. Wide shotWide shots are often used as establishing shots.
  5. 5. Long shot Framing of a character or subject of their whole body
  6. 6. Mid/medium shot Framing of a subject or character or their torso (From the torso to the head or torso to legs
  7. 7. Close up shot A shot which frames a character or the subject of some particular part of their body or object.
  8. 8. Extreme close up• A shot showing extreme detail of a part of body, face or object to give them more information detail about a character or objects.
  9. 9. POV (point of view)• A view from the characters perspective.
  10. 10. Over the shoulder shot• A shot taken from behind the characters shoulder.
  11. 11. Two shot• Two characters interacting or conversing in a shot.
  12. 12. Camera Angles• Low• High• Canted/Oblique
  13. 13. Low• An angle that looks up to the character or object
  14. 14. High• An angle that looks down from the character or object
  15. 15. Canted/oblique• A shot to appear skewed or tilted
  16. 16. Camera Movement• Pan• Tilt• Track• Zoom,• Reverse zoom• Dolly• Crane• Stedicam• Vertigo
  17. 17. Pan• Camera pivots horizontally either left to right or right to left.
  18. 18. Tilt• Camera moving vertically from top to bottom or bottom to top.
  19. 19. Track• Camera moving side to side without a pivot to follow an object or character
  20. 20. Zoom• Camera goes in towards an object or character ( speed of zoom can vary)
  21. 21. Reverse Zoom• Camera goes out away an object or character.
  22. 22. Dolly• A tripod with wheels
  23. 23. crane• Dolly-shots-in-the-air, It can move up, down, left, right and swoop in on action or moving diagonally out.
  24. 24. Stedicam• A smooth shot is taken when the operator moves quickly.
  25. 25. vertigo• Zooming in and dolly out at the same time
  26. 26. Composition• Balance- Symmetry- Asymmetry- Rule Of Thirds- Depth of field- - Shallow focus- Deep focus- Focus pulls
  27. 27. Balance• The way we can carefully place objects or subjects in a frame to show equallness in colour, size or texture.
  28. 28. Symmetry• Shot equally taken
  29. 29. Asymmetry• A shot that is unbalanced
  30. 30. Rule of thirds• A shot which is divided in three equal parts
  31. 31. Depth of field• A distance of what is in focus.
  32. 32. Shallow focus• One plane of an image that is in focus but the rest is out of focus.
  33. 33. Deep focus• A shot showing foreground middle ground or background.
  34. 34. Focus pulls• Adjusting the focus from one subject to the other.

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