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Film shots and their effect on the audience

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Film shots and their effect on the audience

  1. 1. Type of shotWhat is happening in the shot?This shot has been used to make the audience…Mid angleIn this shot, the audience is shown that the location of the scene is outside from the green in the background. In the foreground, one character is threatening another; where the other characters can be seen standing beside the subject.This mid-angle shot is used so the audience can see the distance between the two characters. This also shows the tension between them, as one threatens the other; so the audience can distinctly recognise they are enemies. It has also been used so that they can focus on the wand used against the other character and both their facial expressions during the scene (one of anger and the other fearful). High angleThis shot shows both characters, crouching in anticipation at the object ahead of them. In the background, we can see they are outside and standing on a hill.This high-angle shot enables the audience to be aware that the characters are crouching down and hiding from the action in front of them. The positioning of the camera above the characters gives the audience an idea of their vulnerability in the situation. Low angleThe characters are looking down onto another character/scene from above a higher vantage point. They seem to be about to act upon what they are seeing; as the shot shows their facial expressions which are of anxiety. .This shot is used so the audience are aware of their positioning in the scene, being higher than what they are looking at. As well it shows the audience of the scenery, so they are aware the action is taking outside. Bird’s eyeFrom this bird’s eye view, we can see a character being lifted into the air whereas below characters are looking up at the descending character. We can also see that the scene is set in the back garden of a house.The bird’s eye view adds a comical view to the scene, as the character is floating into the sky; allowing the audience to view this comical scene from more than just on the ground. This higher view also allows the audience to see the distance which the subject has been raised from the ground. Close upWe can see from this shot that the character is witnessing another event. It also shows us the distress that the character is showing at what he appears to be looking at. We can also see the state that the character is in, who is quite bloody and dirty. The audience can see from the close up the distress that the character is in. This shot also allows the audience to see the reaction the character has at the event before him (which would have been shown in the previous scene.) His reaction will also, in this circumstance, build tension in the scene as the audience are informed that, from his facial expressions, he is anxious at what he is about to act upon.Extreme close upThe shot shows the character, Ron Weasley, in a situation of bewilderment and confusion. The shot focuses on the character alone, and the scenes behind him are out of focus.This extreme close-up is used so that the audience can focus on the character alone and not any external action that is taking place in the background. It allows the audience to focus their attention fully on the character’s facial expressions, as he reacts to the situation before him in complete puzzlement. Long shotThis shot shows characters huddled together on the edge of a forest. The characters are reacting in fear at what lies before them. We can also see the landscape of this scene. The long shot provides a extended view of the scene around the characters. Therefore, it is important in this case for the audience to acknowledge their whereabouts in the scene; which is set around the edge of a mysterious looking forest and may be vital in the plot. It is also used to make the audience aware of the close huddle which the characters have formed suggesting that they are in fear of something in front of them. Extreme long shotWe can see in this shot the setting of the location, the school Hogwarts in the background. It also shows the characters moving down the steps from above the hill in order approach another location.This shot is used so the audience are informed that the characters are moving from one location to another. This extreme long shot allows the audience to take in the layout of the scene as well as to emphasise the distance which the characters may have had to travel in order to reach their destination. Over the shoulder shotThis shot shows on character talking to the main character, Harry Potter. We see the other character over the shoulder of the main character perhaps instructing or advising the other. The scene also occurs in a room, as there is a cross designed window and wall. This shot allows the audience an insight into what the main character sees from his point of view. In this case, the audience are aware that the other character is instructing other. It also adds realism to the shot as the audience adopt the same view as the character. <br />

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