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

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