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Angles and Movements (Amended)

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Angles and Movements (Amended)

  1. 1. Camera Angle: Close Up Image example: How am I used in a film? By zooming in on an object or person to show more detail and to show that at that moment the object or person is the center of attention and not lost in the background.
  2. 2. Camera Angle: Establishing Shot Image example: How am I used in a film? By having a shot that clearly shows the area the scene is shot in so the audience has a better understanding of the surroundings and settings the scene is in.
  3. 3. Camera Angle: Extreme wide shot Image example: How am I used in a film? By showing a large amount of space to show all the detail of a scene that is happening and show some detail of what’s surrounding the scene.
  4. 4. Camera Angle: Wide shot Image example: How am I used in a film? By showing detail of the surrounding while focusing on the scene happening and showing the entire object or person/people in the shot.
  5. 5. Camera Angle: Mid shot Image example: How am I used in a film? By zooming in on half of an object or person and making them the center of attention of the shot while not zooming in closely on all the details of the object/person.
  6. 6. Camera Angle: Medium close up Image example: How am I used in a film? By zooming in a person’s mid-chest and up so they’re in the center of the shot.
  7. 7. Camera Angle: Extreme close up Image example: How am I used in a film? By zooming in very closely on an object or person so you can see more detail and the emotion the person is feeling more clearly.
  8. 8. Camera Angle: Two-shot Image example: How am I used in a film? By having a shot with two people being in the a center of the shot so they’re both equally the main focus.
  9. 9. Camera Angle: Over the shoulder Image example: How am I used in a film? By having a shot of someone or something from the perspective of over the shoulder of another person.
  10. 10. Camera Angle: Point of view (POV) Image example: How am I used in a film? By having a first-person shot of a short film scene that shows what someone or something is looking at shown through a camera.
  11. 11. Camera Movement: Tracking Image example: How am I used in a film? By following a person or object physically moving. This can be done using tracks, handheld, ropes, Steady-cam etc.
  12. 12. Camera Movement: Tilt Image example: How am I used in a film? By moving the camera up or down without changing its vertical or horizontal axis, the person using the camera can do two types of pedestals: pedestal up means moving the camera up and pedestal down means moving the camera down. You aren’t tilting the lens up instead you are moving the whole camera up.
  13. 13. Camera Movement: Zoom Image example: How am I used in a film? By altering the zoom slider on the camera so the shot seems closer to the object or person that it’s focusing on.
  14. 14. Rules of Framing Professional shots need perfect framing for each shot that focus on the main thing in the photograph. Photography is when you including some things while singling out others and is the main reason for framing. Not only can you frame with your lens, you can also use objects in nature to frame. How am I used in a film? By positioning the camera appropriately so who or whatever you’re focusing on is the center of attention and is clearly visible in the shot.
  15. 15. The rules of third Detailed explanation: The rule of thirds involves mentally dividing up your image using 2 horizontal lines and 2 vertical lines. You then position the important elements in your scene along those lines, or at the points where they meet. How am I used in a film? By positioning your camera so the important parts of the scene is viewable at the places where the rule applies.

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