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Bjimenez SHOTS AND ANGLES

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  • 1. GCT Teacher: Mr. Harbeck By: Bethel Jimenez 9-05 http://dribbble.s3.amazonaws.com/users/93631/screenshots/637247/july-cameras.jpg
  • 2.  Camera Shots: are the amount of area that is seen in one shot or frame used to determine other forms of film setting, characters and themes.  Definition link:  http://www.skwirk.com.au/p-c_s-54_u-251_t-647_c-2411/camera-shots- anglesand-movement-lighting-cinematography-and-mise-en- scene/nsw/camera-shotsangles-and-movement-lighting- cinematography-and-mise-en-scene/skills-by-texttype-film/film-overview  Photo Credit:  "Strebemauer" • Mühlstrasse Tübingen mit beleuchteter Zinnenmauer - citylights in the early morning - Main "Mills Road" Tübingen with lighted walls by eagle1effi  http://www.flickr.com/photos/eagle1effi/8641873650/
  • 3.  Extreme Longs Shots: have a large amount of landscape often used at the starting point of a scene or a film.  Definition link:  http://www.skwirk.com.au/p-c_s-54_u-251_t-647_c-2411/camera- shots-anglesand-movement-lighting-cinematography-and-mise-en- scene/nsw/camera-shotsangles-and-movement-lighting- cinematography-and-mise-en-scene/skills-by-texttype-film/film- overview  Photo Credit:  Juarez by Steev Hise  http://www.flickr.com/photos/steev/21335180/
  • 4.  Extreme Close Up: is an extreme concept of the close up, enlarging beyond what our eyes can not do.  Definition link:http://www.skwirk.com.au/p-c_s-54_u-251_t- 647_c-2411/camera-shots-anglesand-movement-lighting- cinematography-and-mise-en-scene/nsw/camera-shotsangles- and-movement-lighting-cinematography-and-mise-en-scene/skills- by-texttype-film/film-overview  http://www.mediaknowall.com/camangles.html  Photo Credit:  Dandelion Clock extreme close up by mikeyp2000  Link: http://www.flickr.com/photos/mikeyphillips/8774369991/
  • 5.  Eye Level: is when the camera is set as it were from the person who is watching the view.  Definition link:  http://www.mediaknowall.com/camangles.html  Photo Credit:  eye-level woodland by joysaphine  http://www.flickr.com/photos/joysaphine/4635249772/
  • 6.  Camera Angles: are used to position the observer so that they can know the relationship among the camera and the article being captured.  Definition link:  http://www.mediaknowall.com/camangles.html  http://www.skwirk.com.au/p-c_s-54_u-251_t-647_c-2411/camera-shots- anglesand-movement-lighting-cinematography-and-mise-en- scene/nsw/camera-shotsangles-and-movement-lighting- cinematography-and-mise-en-scene/skills-by-texttype-film/film-overview  Photo Credit:  Up the Steps by DaCosta1  http://www.flickr.com/photos/dacosta1/5045797777/
  • 7.  Long Shot: contains landscape yet gives the observer a more distinct idea of the scene.  Definition link:  http://www.skwirk.com.au/p-c_s-54_u-251_t-647_c-2411/camera-shots- anglesand-movement-lighting-cinematography-and-mise-en- scene/nsw/camera-shotsangles-and-movement-lighting- cinematography-and-mise-en-scene/skills-by-texttype-film/film-overview  Photo Credit:  Untitled by John Brian Silverio, Island Capture Photography  http://www.flickr.com/photos/psilver/508587440/
  • 8.  Over the Shoulder Shot: a shot that presents us a character’s perspective revealing the other figure, that consists a little of the character’s shoulder or the side of the head in the shot.  Definition link:  http://www.cla.purdue.edu/english/theory/narratology/terms/overthesh oulder.html  Photo Credit:  Over the Shoulder Shot by frankshapiro  http://www.flickr.com/photos/frankshapiro/3691106594/
  • 9.  High Angle Level: is when the camera is above the scene and looks down upon it.  Definition link:  http://www.skwirk.com.au/p-c_s-54_u-251_t-647_c-2411/camera-shots- anglesand-movement-lighting-cinematography-and-mise-en- scene/nsw/camera-shotsangles-and-movement-lighting- cinematography-and-mise-en-scene/skills-by-texttype-film/film-overview  Photo Credit:  #8 High Angle by Blake's Mum  http://www.flickr.com/photos/46534600@N06/8719586931/
  • 10.  Composition: the procedure in which the various parts that put together a photograph or picture are organized.  Definition link:  http://www.ldoceonline.com/Photography-topic/composition  Photo Credit:  lucky shot by Yannic Meyer  http://www.flickr.com/photos/yannic/3529790586/
  • 11.  Medium Shot: a shot that only displays the character’s body from the waist up.  Definition link:  http://www.skwirk.com.au/p-c_s-54_u-251_t-647_c-2411/camera-shots- anglesand-movement-lighting-cinematography-and-mise-en- scene/nsw/camera-shotsangles-and-movement-lighting- cinematography-and-mise-en-scene/skills-by-texttype-film/film-overview  Photo Credit:  Medium Shot by LisaMT  http://www.flickr.com/photos/51493176@N00/356271797/
  • 12.  Two-Shot: a camera shot, as a close-up, of two people.  Definition link:  http://www.mediacollege.com/video/shots/two-shot.html  Photo Credit:  Two cute siblings by Tambako the Jaguar  http://www.flickr.com/photos/tambako/6189841456/
  • 13.  Oblique Shot: a shot where the camera angle is tilted, a technique used to suggest ”Point-of-View” shots making the atmosphere of the scene shift.  Definition link:  http://www.open-channels.eu/tutor/film/oblique.html  Photo Credit:  Oblique Tunnel Shot by tj.blackwell  http://www.flickr.com/photos/tjblackwell/3637017432/
  • 14.  Rule of Thirds: photos are put into thirds along with a pair of imaginary lines, two vertically and two lines horizontally having three rows, three columns, and nine parts in the portraits. The camera only focuses on one third of the scene.  Definition link:  http://learnprophotography.com/rule-of-thirds  Photo Credit:  Rule of Thirds 2 by JohnArmitage88  http://www.flickr.com/photos/j_armitage/5545542216/
  • 15.  Chest Shot: a shot taken by your breast level with the camera flat upon your chest.  Definition link:  Mr. Harbeck  Photo Credit:  Chest Shot at Pow Mow 2 by Pauljoelhancock  http://www.flickr.com/photos/hanoihancock/8508647642/
  • 16.  Point of View: viewpoint, direction and height of the camera develop into the 'eyes' of one particular character, seeing what they see.  Definition link:  http://www.goodphotographyinfo.com/lesson4_point_of_view.html  Photo Credit:  Inspiration Point view to west - Chiricahua National Monument by Al_HikesAZ  http://www.flickr.com/photos/alanenglish/6854322165/