PAN   <ul><li>A movement which scans a scene horizontally (left to right/ right to left). The camera is placed on a tripod...
CRANE SHOT   <ul><li>Basically, dolly-shots-in-the-air. A crane (or jib), is a large, heavy piece of equipment, but is a u...
360 DEGREE SHOT   <ul><li>A camera shot that rotates around a character or an object that is at the centre of the audience...
ZOOM   <ul><li>the camera is fixed and a zoom lens is used to move in closer (at variable speed), or out, further away, fr...
TRACKING/DOLLY SHOT   <ul><li>The camera is placed on a moving vehicle and moves alongside the action, generally following...
POINT OF VIEW (POV)   <ul><li>A camera angle in which the viewer seems to see with the eyes of a character in the scene  <...
TILT   <ul><li>A movement which scans a scene vertically (up and down/ down and up), otherwise similar to a pan.  </li></ul>
WHIP PAN   <ul><li>Fast pan that can create motion blur  </li></ul>
PEDESTAL SHOT   <ul><li>A camera move in which the camera is lowered or lifted; for example to follow an actor when he sta...
HAND HELD   <ul><li>Used to create a sensation of human movement  </li></ul>
RACKING PULLING FOCUS   <ul><li>Changing the focus while filming so that a new aspect of the mise-en-scene is emphasised  ...
PULL IN/OUT   <ul><li>Camera tracks forwards or backwards to create a tight or wide shot  </li></ul>
RACKING PULLING FOCUS   <ul><li>Changing the focus while filming so that a new aspect of the mise-en-scene is emphasised  ...
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  1. 1. PAN <ul><li>A movement which scans a scene horizontally (left to right/ right to left). The camera is placed on a tripod, which operates as a stationary axis point as the camera is turned, often to follow a moving object which is kept in the middle of the frame. </li></ul>
  2. 2. CRANE SHOT <ul><li>Basically, dolly-shots-in-the-air. A crane (or jib), is a large, heavy piece of equipment, but is a useful way of moving a camera - it can move up, down, left, right, swooping in on action or moving diagonally out of it. It can be used to draw the audience right into the centre of the action. </li></ul>
  3. 3. 360 DEGREE SHOT <ul><li>A camera shot that rotates around a character or an object that is at the centre of the audiences attention </li></ul>
  4. 4. ZOOM <ul><li>the camera is fixed and a zoom lens is used to move in closer (at variable speed), or out, further away, from the subject(s). This is used to involve the audience or to focus on the expres­sion of a character, by zooming Into a close-up to heighten suspense. </li></ul>
  5. 5. TRACKING/DOLLY SHOT <ul><li>The camera is placed on a moving vehicle and moves alongside the action, generally following a moving figure or object A dolly shot may be a good way of portraying movement, the journey of a character for instance, or for moving from a long shot to a close-up, gradually focusing the audience on a particular object or character. </li></ul>
  6. 6. POINT OF VIEW (POV) <ul><li>A camera angle in which the viewer seems to see with the eyes of a character in the scene </li></ul>
  7. 7. TILT <ul><li>A movement which scans a scene vertically (up and down/ down and up), otherwise similar to a pan. </li></ul>
  8. 8. WHIP PAN <ul><li>Fast pan that can create motion blur </li></ul>
  9. 9. PEDESTAL SHOT <ul><li>A camera move in which the camera is lowered or lifted; for example to follow an actor when he stands up </li></ul>
  10. 10. HAND HELD <ul><li>Used to create a sensation of human movement </li></ul>
  11. 11. RACKING PULLING FOCUS <ul><li>Changing the focus while filming so that a new aspect of the mise-en-scene is emphasised </li></ul>
  12. 12. PULL IN/OUT <ul><li>Camera tracks forwards or backwards to create a tight or wide shot </li></ul>
  13. 13. RACKING PULLING FOCUS <ul><li>Changing the focus while filming so that a new aspect of the mise-en-scene is emphasised </li></ul>

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