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Types of Shots      and  Storyboard                 Manuel Morales
Contents 1. Types of Shots a) Extreme wide shot and Wide shot b) Medium shot and Medium close up c) Close up and Extreme c...
Shows a broad view of the surroundings around.Distance and geographic location.Shows an entire character from head to toe.
Shows a character usually cut off across the legs aboveor below the knees. It is wide enough to show thephysical setting i...
Shows a character’s face and shoulders. It is closeenough to show subtle facial expressions clearly.Shows only a part of a...
Animal Protection Fund     Storyboard
Close UpThe face of a sad dog. Represents lonelinessand abandonment.Wide ShotA dog eating. It seems unnourished.
Wide ShotA dog jumping. It seems happy.Extreme close upApproach to the face of a cat.
Two ShotTwo cats in a hat.Three ShotTwo cats and a dog sleeping on the steps.
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Types of Shots and Storyboard

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Types of Shots and Storyboard

  1. 1. Types of Shots and Storyboard Manuel Morales
  2. 2. Contents 1. Types of Shots a) Extreme wide shot and Wide shot b) Medium shot and Medium close up c) Close up and Extreme close up 2. Animal Protection Fund: Storyboard a) Close Up and Wide Shot b) Wide Shot and Extreme wide shot c) Two Shot and Three shot
  3. 3. Shows a broad view of the surroundings around.Distance and geographic location.Shows an entire character from head to toe.
  4. 4. Shows a character usually cut off across the legs aboveor below the knees. It is wide enough to show thephysical setting in which the action is taking place.Shows a character’s upper body, arms, and head.
  5. 5. Shows a character’s face and shoulders. It is closeenough to show subtle facial expressions clearly.Shows only a part of a character’s face.
  6. 6. Animal Protection Fund Storyboard
  7. 7. Close UpThe face of a sad dog. Represents lonelinessand abandonment.Wide ShotA dog eating. It seems unnourished.
  8. 8. Wide ShotA dog jumping. It seems happy.Extreme close upApproach to the face of a cat.
  9. 9. Two ShotTwo cats in a hat.Three ShotTwo cats and a dog sleeping on the steps.

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