1. B Y : M A E C O N C E P C I O N
GCT: Shots and
2. Camera Shot
The image that is seen in the camera’s
point of view.
3. Camera Angle
The perspective of a camera.
Means “putting together” this helps organize the
image. This image is well thought out and is a shot
of a specific area, object or person.
(and Mr. Harbeck)
5. Rule of Thirds
The rule of Thirds is the basis of keeping a well
balanced and also interesting shots. It contains 3
broken down squares vertically and horizontally
which gives you 9 parts.
6. Extreme Long Shot
The perspective of an image from a very far
7. Long Shot
An image that has been taken from a
8. Medium Shot
An image that has been taken from a medium
distance. This image usually is taken from the
9. Chest Shot
An image that has been taken from the
10. Extreme Close Up
This shot is at a very close distance to the object.This
shot usually focuses on showing the detail of an
An image of something or someone over the
shoulder and it’s being taken by another
A shot containing two people in it.
13. Point of View
A position from which something is viewed and
14. Eye Level
The perspective of how someone would see it as if
they were standing on the ground.
15. High Angle Level
When the camera is set up in an angle where the
object is looking up at you or where the camera is
looking down on the object.
16. Oblique Shot
Not a shot you would normally take. The angle of
the image is slanted or not straight.