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Camera work


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Camera work

  1. 1.  The first shot is the establishing shot, which we used to set the scene.
  2. 2.  This shows us the characters full body, and part of what is around them so the audience can see them life size.
  3. 3.  This is a shot from behind a character, so you can see what they are looking at. We also canted the camera slightly to make the audience feel disorientated highlighting that the character is a villain.
  4. 4.  We used this shot again to establish the scene, and also show isolation of the character.
  5. 5.  We used this shot again to show the character walking towards the victim.
  6. 6.  We used a long shot again to show both characters, so you can see the villain reaching for the bag.
  7. 7.  We used this shot, to emphasize the villain taking the victims bag because it makes the audience feel disorientated and it focuses on one object.
  8. 8.  We used a medium shot because it focuses on the top half of a person, which in this case would be her facial expression. We also tilted the camera down to show she is the victim.
  9. 9.  We used a long for this scene to establish where they are, and to show that the victim is running after the villain.
  10. 10.  We used a medium low angle shot to make the villain seem more powerful and intimidating.
  11. 11.  We used a long shot to show what both characters are doing, which in this case, is fighting over a bag.
  12. 12.  We used shot/reverse shot to show both people trying to grab the bag, this makes the audience feel like they’re there.
  13. 13.  We used a point of view shot to show the villain pushing the victim, which makes the audience feel they are the villain.
  14. 14.  The slant emphasises the horror of her falling.