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  1. 1. E D R Y D I N G
  2. 2. EXTREME LONG SHOTAn extreme long shot typically shows the entire object or a human figure. It isusually intended to place it in some relation to its surroundings.
  3. 3. LONG SHOTA long shot is normally a shot including objects at a distance.
  4. 4. MEDIUM SHOTA medium shot is were the head, shoulders, and chest are usuallyincluded in the frame.
  5. 5. TWO SHOTA two shot is a movie or television shot of two people together.
  6. 6. OVER THE SHOULDEROver the should is a shot generally filmed over your shoulder tobe able to see what they see.
  7. 7. MEDIUM CLOSE-UPA medium close-up is really half way between a medium shot anda close up. You can see from the and a close up. You can seefrom head to just above your stomach.
  8. 8. CLOSE-UPA close up is a certain feature or part of the subject takes up thewhole frame. Example is just someones face.
  9. 9. EXTREME CLOSE-UPAn extreme close up gets right in and shows extreme detail.
  10. 10. BIRD’S-EYE VIEWA birds-eye view is an elevated view of an object fromabove, with a perspective as though the observer werea bird.
  11. 11. HIGH ANGLEA high angle shot is usually when the camera is located above theeye line.
  12. 12. EYE-LEVELAn eye level angle is were the camera is positioned as though it isa human actually observing a scene.
  13. 13. LOW ANGLEA low angle shot increases and give a sense of speeded motion.This angle helps to give a sense of confusion to a viewer, ofpowerlessness within the action of a scene. The background ofa low angle shot will tend to be just sky or ceiling.
  14. 14. OBLIQUE/CANTED ANGLEThis angle is were the camera is sometimes. Its suggestimbalance, transition and instability.
  15. 15. WORM’S-EYE VIEWA worm’s-eye view is generally a point of view from ground level.
  16. 16. GROUND SHOTA shot of an object from flat on the ground.
  17. 17. PANA movement which scans a scene horizontally. The camera is placedon a tripod, which operates as a stationary axis point as thecamera is turned, often to follow a moving object which is kept inthe middle of the frame.
  18. 18. TILTThis is similar to pan. Its a movement which scans a scene vertically.
  19. 19. TRACKING SHOTThe camera is placed on a moving vehicle and movesalongside the action, generally following a movingfigure or object.
  20. 20. ZOOMZoom is a shot which moves closer to, or away from, the subject using thelens rather than moving the whole camera in or out.
  21. 21. MONTAGE• Montage is a process or technique of selecting, editing, and piecingtogether separate sections of film to form a continuous whole.•
  22. 22. CROSS-CUTTING• The process or technique of selecting, editing, and piecing together separatesections of film to form a continuous whole.•
  23. 23. MATCH CUTA cut made on action or movement between two shots in which theaction has been overlapped either by repetition of the action or bythe use of more than one camera.
  24. 24. SHOT, REVERSE SHOTA technique used during conversations to show each characterdelivering his or her dialogue. For example one shot will showcharacter A speaking, while the reverse will show character B.
  25. 25. EYE LINE MATCHEye line match Is were the audience want to see what the characteron-screen is seeing. The eye line match begins with a characterlooking at something off-screen, there will then be a cut to theobject or person at which he is looking. For example, a man islooking off-screen to his left, and then the film cuts to a televisionthat he is watching.
  26. 26. JUMP CUTAn abrupt transition from one scene to another.You tube-