Assignment 4:Camera shots,  camera angles, cameramovement and composition    By Monae Minors-Gibbs
Part A: Camera Shots-   Establishing shot-   Wide shot-   Long shot-   Mid/medium shot-   Close up shot-   Extreme close u...
Part A: Camera Shots- Establishing shotsA range of distances, establishes the setting.
Part A: Camera Shots- Wide shotShows a large variety of information.
Part A: Camera Shots- Long shotFraming a character or subject of  their whole body .
Part A: Camera Shots- Mid/medium shotFraming a character or  subject of their  torso.
Part A: Camera Shots- Close up  shotA part of a  body or  object in  closer  detail.
Part A: Camera Shots- Extreme close up shotPart of a body or face to show extreme detail.
Part A: Camera Shots- Point of viewWhen a camera is  moving with the  body.
Part A: Camera Shots- Over the shoulder   shotFilmed as if it is from   the back of a   characters shoulder.
Part A: Camera Shots- Two shotTwo characters communicating.
Part A: Camera Shots- Overhead shotThe camera is  placed above a  character,  action or  object.
Part B:Camera angles- High- Low- Canted
Part B:Camera angles- Low angleLow to the ground that looks up to the character  or object.
Part B:Camera angles- High angleAngle taken from a  higher place  looking down on  the character or  object.
Part B:Camera angles- Canted/obliqueCamera shot made  to look tilted.
Part C:Camera movement-   Pan-   Tilt-   Track-   Zoom-   Reverse-   Dolly-   Crane-   Stedicam-   vertigo
Part C:Camera movement- PanCamera pivots horizontally, either left or right.http://youtu.be/9nSrTZYDXs4
Part C:Camera movement- TiltCamera pivots vertically either top to bottom.http://youtu.be/AxMwM0EuTsw
Part C:Camera movement- TrackMoves side to side but does not pivot.http://youtu.be/sUcXie1ZpE0
Part C:Camera movement- ZoomWhen you zoom in.http://youtu.be/nmd0Rnpqpxo
Part C:Camera movement- Reverse zoomComing out of the zoom.http://youtu.be/iFbDmrHBa58
Part C:Camera movement- DollyCamera moves in and out on a tripod on wheels  but stays steady.
Part D:Composition-   Balance-   Symmetry-   Asymmetry-   Rule of thirds-   Depth of field-   Shallow focus-   Deep focus
Part D:Composition- BalanceSymmetrical on  both sides.
Part D:Composition- SymmetrySame on both  sides to  show order.
Part D:Composition- AsymmetryUnbalanced on both sides.
Part D:Composition- Rule of thirdsVisual arts. Enables  better energy and  tension.
Part D:Composition- Depth of fieldThe distance  which is in  focus.
Part D:Composition- Shallow focusEmphasizes one  part of an  image over  another.
Part D:Composition- Deep focusSee the foreground,  middle-ground and  background.
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Assignment 4:4:Camera shots, camera angles, camera movement and composition

  1. 1. Assignment 4:Camera shots, camera angles, cameramovement and composition By Monae Minors-Gibbs
  2. 2. Part A: Camera Shots- Establishing shot- Wide shot- Long shot- Mid/medium shot- Close up shot- Extreme close up shot- POV(point of view)- Over the shoulder shot- Two shot- Overhead shot
  3. 3. Part A: Camera Shots- Establishing shotsA range of distances, establishes the setting.
  4. 4. Part A: Camera Shots- Wide shotShows a large variety of information.
  5. 5. Part A: Camera Shots- Long shotFraming a character or subject of their whole body .
  6. 6. Part A: Camera Shots- Mid/medium shotFraming a character or subject of their torso.
  7. 7. Part A: Camera Shots- Close up shotA part of a body or object in closer detail.
  8. 8. Part A: Camera Shots- Extreme close up shotPart of a body or face to show extreme detail.
  9. 9. Part A: Camera Shots- Point of viewWhen a camera is moving with the body.
  10. 10. Part A: Camera Shots- Over the shoulder shotFilmed as if it is from the back of a characters shoulder.
  11. 11. Part A: Camera Shots- Two shotTwo characters communicating.
  12. 12. Part A: Camera Shots- Overhead shotThe camera is placed above a character, action or object.
  13. 13. Part B:Camera angles- High- Low- Canted
  14. 14. Part B:Camera angles- Low angleLow to the ground that looks up to the character or object.
  15. 15. Part B:Camera angles- High angleAngle taken from a higher place looking down on the character or object.
  16. 16. Part B:Camera angles- Canted/obliqueCamera shot made to look tilted.
  17. 17. Part C:Camera movement- Pan- Tilt- Track- Zoom- Reverse- Dolly- Crane- Stedicam- vertigo
  18. 18. Part C:Camera movement- PanCamera pivots horizontally, either left or right.http://youtu.be/9nSrTZYDXs4
  19. 19. Part C:Camera movement- TiltCamera pivots vertically either top to bottom.http://youtu.be/AxMwM0EuTsw
  20. 20. Part C:Camera movement- TrackMoves side to side but does not pivot.http://youtu.be/sUcXie1ZpE0
  21. 21. Part C:Camera movement- ZoomWhen you zoom in.http://youtu.be/nmd0Rnpqpxo
  22. 22. Part C:Camera movement- Reverse zoomComing out of the zoom.http://youtu.be/iFbDmrHBa58
  23. 23. Part C:Camera movement- DollyCamera moves in and out on a tripod on wheels but stays steady.
  24. 24. Part D:Composition- Balance- Symmetry- Asymmetry- Rule of thirds- Depth of field- Shallow focus- Deep focus
  25. 25. Part D:Composition- BalanceSymmetrical on both sides.
  26. 26. Part D:Composition- SymmetrySame on both sides to show order.
  27. 27. Part D:Composition- AsymmetryUnbalanced on both sides.
  28. 28. Part D:Composition- Rule of thirdsVisual arts. Enables better energy and tension.
  29. 29. Part D:Composition- Depth of fieldThe distance which is in focus.
  30. 30. Part D:Composition- Shallow focusEmphasizes one part of an image over another.
  31. 31. Part D:Composition- Deep focusSee the foreground, middle-ground and background.

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