Shot Types
Lois Shayle - Marshall
Extreme Long Shot
Original Shot Film shot example
A Extreme long shot is used for views of landscapes or buildings. It might also be point
of view of character looking over...
Long Shot
Original Shot Film shot example
A long shot shows character at some distance. The character will be dominated by
their surroundings.
This is the shot that...
Medium Shot
Original Shot Film shot example
A medium shot show character waist upwards. The audience will be able to see his
and her reaction but the background is al...
A close up
Original Shot Film shot example
A close up is a shot of person head and shoulders. Not much, if any, background detail
appears in frame. This shot is uses...
A extreme Close up
Original Shot Film shot example
A extreme close up is used to show important detail, object or gesture or moment of
contact between people.
A shot of comm...
High Angle Shot
Original Shot Film shot example
A high angle shot is used communicate the idea that someone is being watched from
above or alone. It usually ( but not alw...
Low Angle Shot
Original Shot Film shot example
Make someone seem larger than life or dominant, or to suggest we are seeing
someone through the eyes of someone seated or ...
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  1. 1. Shot Types Lois Shayle - Marshall
  2. 2. Extreme Long Shot Original Shot Film shot example
  3. 3. A Extreme long shot is used for views of landscapes or buildings. It might also be point of view of character looking over vista. A panoramic shot of the setting which the tale will unfold. Extreme Long Shot
  4. 4. Long Shot Original Shot Film shot example
  5. 5. A long shot shows character at some distance. The character will be dominated by their surroundings. This is the shot that could be used to show a character walking in a lonely spot. His figure would be indistinct and the surroundings might appear to dominate them. Long Shot
  6. 6. Medium Shot Original Shot Film shot example
  7. 7. A medium shot show character waist upwards. The audience will be able to see his and her reaction but the background is also important, usually its of people having a conversation. This shot would work well for sowing a character in a setting – close enough to register his/her expression but clearly showing the environment around them. Medium Shot
  8. 8. A close up Original Shot Film shot example
  9. 9. A close up is a shot of person head and shoulders. Not much, if any, background detail appears in frame. This shot is uses to catch a characters emotional response to something or show him or her in thought. A shot showing a character experiencing a strong emotions. A close up
  10. 10. A extreme Close up Original Shot Film shot example
  11. 11. A extreme close up is used to show important detail, object or gesture or moment of contact between people. A shot of communicating very detailed information such as when a character handles small proper and dominates a frame. A Extreme close up
  12. 12. High Angle Shot Original Shot Film shot example
  13. 13. A high angle shot is used communicate the idea that someone is being watched from above or alone. It usually ( but not always) makes character seem less important. This shot would suit the moment when a character is observed from above by another character of entity. High Angle Shot
  14. 14. Low Angle Shot Original Shot Film shot example
  15. 15. Make someone seem larger than life or dominant, or to suggest we are seeing someone through the eyes of someone seated or small – a child looking up to an adult. This might be the sort of shot to use to show the point of view of a seated character looking up to someone who standing. Low Angle Shot

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