A guide to camera angles

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A guide to camera angles

  1. 1. Camera Angles
  2. 2. Why use this shot?
  3. 3. How could this be used to show stereotypical age?
  4. 4. Why use this shot?
  5. 5. How could this be used to show counter-stereotypical gender?
  6. 6. Why use this shot?
  7. 7. How could this be used to show stereotypical sexuality?
  8. 8. Why use this shot?
  9. 9. How could this be used to show counter-stereotypical regional identity?
  10. 10. Why use this shot?
  11. 11. How could this be used to show stereotypical class and status?
  12. 12. Why use this shot?
  13. 13. How could this be used to show counter-stereotypical disability?
  14. 14. Why use this shot?
  15. 15. How could this be used to show stereotypical ethnicity?
  16. 16. Why use this shot?
  17. 17. How could this be used to show counter-stereotypical age?
  18. 18. Why use this shot?
  19. 19. How could this be used to show stereotypical gender?
  20. 20. Why use this shot?
  21. 21. How could this be used to show counter-stereotypical disability?
  22. 22. Why use this shot?
  23. 23. How could this be used to show stereotypical sexuality?
  24. 24. Why use this shot?
  25. 25. How could this be used to show stereotypical ethnicity?
  26. 26. Why use this shot?
  27. 27. How could this be used to show counter-stereotypical class and status?
  28. 28. Remember that a shot can be more than one thing ... • For example you might have a high angle over the shoulder shot to show a high class person looking down on their servant to show a stereotypical representation of class and status.

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