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Camera Angles

  1. 1. CAMERA ANGLES
  2. 2. LOW ANGLE SHOT A low angle shot is a shot where the camera is positioned at an angle below the object. Typically, used in all different forms of media. An example of this is in Spiderman when Toby Maguire looks at his mask and wonders whether he should carry on being Spiderman.
  3. 3. EXTREME LONG SHOT A wide shot that places a person or object a long distance away from the camera. It is usually used at the beginning of a scene to let the viewer know where the location is. An example of this shot is when the new pupils of Hogwarts arrive and at the beginning shows the location of where they are going.
  4. 4. MEDIUM LONG SHOT This is a shot in which a person can be seem from head to knee. It is typically used to show or introduce a character. An example of this is when The Joker (Heath Ledger) walks into the scene and is introduced through the Medium Long Shot.
  5. 5. MEDIUM CLOSE UP This shot is when a person can be seen from head to shoulders/upper body. It is usually used to show who is speaking and gives the viewer a close up of a character. For example in The Boy In The Striped Pyjamas to show who is talking, it uses a Medium Close Up shot to give it that effect.
  6. 6. EXTREME CLOSE UP A shot which captures a specific feature or reaction on a person’s face. This is mostly used to give an affect on how the person is feeling and their reactions. For example, in Saving Private Ryan this shot is used to show Tom Hanks’ sadness as it focuses on his eyes.
  7. 7. TWO SHOT This kind of shot is a shot with any two people in it. It is usually used to show two people having a conversation or if it is to show the importance of a character. For example, in Star Trek it shows two characters having a conversation at this shot and puts them in complete focus.
  8. 8. POINT OF VIEW SHOT  This is a shot of a persons point of view. It is usually used to give the viewer an idea of what the actor/actress is seeing and doing. For example in Shawshank Redemption when Andy escapes it shows a view of the Warden, Red and the Chief Police Guard in shock of how Andy escaped.

My A Level Camera Angles Work

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