BY MARIEL
MONTALESGCT: SHOTS AND ANGLES
Is the amount of area that is seen in one
shot or frame used to determine other
forms of film setting, characters and
the...
Is used to position the observer so that
they can know the relationship among
the camera and the article being
captured.
...
Is the procedure in which the various
parts that put together a photograph or
picture are organized.
 Photo Credit:
 ht...
When photos are put into thirds along
with a pair of imaginary lines, two
vertically and two lines horizontally
having th...
To have a large amount of landscape
often used at the starting point of a
scene or a film.
 Photo Credit:
 http://www.f...
Contains landscape yet gives the
observer a more distinct idea of the
scene.
 Photo Credit:
 http://www.flickr.com/phot...
Is a shot that only displays the
character’s body from the waist up.
 Photo Credit:
 http://www.flickr.com/photos/oldsk...
A camera shot taken from the chest.
 Photo Credit:
 http://www.flickr.com/photos/gordontarpley/4340268976/
 vlcsnap-00...
Is an extreme version of the close up
generally magnifying beyond what the
human eye would experience in reality.
This co...
A shot that presents us a character’s
perspective revealing the other
figure, that consists a little of the
character’s s...
A camera shot, as a close-up, of two
people.
 Photo Credit:
 http://www.flickr.com/photos/doug88888/5730746409/
 Two g...
The viewpoint, direction and height of
the camera develop into the 'eyes' of one
particular character seeing what they
se...
Is when the camera is set as it were from
the person who is watching the view.
 Photo Credit:
 http://www.flickr.com/ph...
Is when the camera is above the scene
and looks down upon it.
 Photo Credit:
 http://www.flickr.com/photos/suburbanadve...
Is a shot where the camera angle is
tilted. A technique used to suggest
”Point-of-View” shots making the
atmosphere of th...
Mariel Montales' GCT Shots and Angles Powerpoint
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Mariel Montales' GCT Shots and Angles Powerpoint
Mariel Montales' GCT Shots and Angles Powerpoint
Mariel Montales' GCT Shots and Angles Powerpoint
Mariel Montales' GCT Shots and Angles Powerpoint
Mariel Montales' GCT Shots and Angles Powerpoint
Mariel Montales' GCT Shots and Angles Powerpoint
Mariel Montales' GCT Shots and Angles Powerpoint
Mariel Montales' GCT Shots and Angles Powerpoint
Mariel Montales' GCT Shots and Angles Powerpoint
Mariel Montales' GCT Shots and Angles Powerpoint
Mariel Montales' GCT Shots and Angles Powerpoint
Mariel Montales' GCT Shots and Angles Powerpoint
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Mariel Montales' GCT Shots and Angles Powerpoint
Mariel Montales' GCT Shots and Angles Powerpoint
Mariel Montales' GCT Shots and Angles Powerpoint
Mariel Montales' GCT Shots and Angles Powerpoint
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Mariel Montales' GCT Shots and Angles Powerpoint
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Mariel Montales' GCT Shots and Angles Powerpoint

  1. 1. BY MARIEL MONTALESGCT: SHOTS AND ANGLES
  2. 2. Is the amount of area that is seen in one shot or frame used to determine other forms of film setting, characters and themes.  Photo Credit:  http://www.flickr.com/photos/theodevil/8539328262/  Behind the camera by Miroslav Petrasko CAMERA SHOTS
  3. 3. Is used to position the observer so that they can know the relationship among the camera and the article being captured.  Photo Credit:  http://www.flickr.com/photos/kymberlyanne/5521367455/  lurking hancock by Kyberly Janisch CAMERA ANGLES
  4. 4. Is the procedure in which the various parts that put together a photograph or picture are organized.  Photo Credit:  http://www.flickr.com/photos/pchweat/339428434/  Composition No.2 by pchweat COMPOSITION
  5. 5. When photos are put into thirds along with a pair of imaginary lines, two vertically and two lines horizontally having three rows, three columns, and nine parts in the portraits.  Photo Credit:  http://www.flickr.com/photos/blacktsuba/1645343791/  thirds by Bronson ABott RULE OF THIRDS
  6. 6. To have a large amount of landscape often used at the starting point of a scene or a film.  Photo Credit:  http://www.flickr.com/photos/kwerfeldein/1068611395/  The Barbarous Emperor by Martin Gommel EXTREME LONG SHOT
  7. 7. Contains landscape yet gives the observer a more distinct idea of the scene.  Photo Credit:  http://www.flickr.com/photos/jdub1980/8627543248/  Portal of Light by jason jenkins LONG SHOT
  8. 8. Is a shot that only displays the character’s body from the waist up.  Photo Credit:  http://www.flickr.com/photos/oldskoolpaul/7903401608/  OffTheHook Clothing "Dropping H T-shirt" Photo Shoot by old_skool_paul MEDIUM SHOT
  9. 9. A camera shot taken from the chest.  Photo Credit:  http://www.flickr.com/photos/gordontarpley/4340268976/  vlcsnap-00028 by Gordon Tarplay CHEST SHOT
  10. 10. Is an extreme version of the close up generally magnifying beyond what the human eye would experience in reality. This contains one part of a character's face or other object.  Photo Credit:  http://www.flickr.com/photos/kenwilcox/3213933077/  Extreme Close Up. by Ken Wilcox EXTREME CLOSE UP
  11. 11. A shot that presents us a character’s perspective revealing the other figure, that consists a little of the character’s shoulder or the side of the head in the shot.  Photo Credit:  http://www.flickr.com/photos/bessgrant/570178398/  another over -the-shoulder shot by bess grant OVER THE SHOULDER SHOT
  12. 12. A camera shot, as a close-up, of two people.  Photo Credit:  http://www.flickr.com/photos/doug88888/5730746409/  Two giraffe by Doug Wheller TWO-SHOT
  13. 13. The viewpoint, direction and height of the camera develop into the 'eyes' of one particular character seeing what they see.  Photo Credit:  http://www.flickr.com/photos/aayla/2818353139/  points of view by Domiziana S. POINT OF VIEW
  14. 14. Is when the camera is set as it were from the person who is watching the view.  Photo Credit:  http://www.flickr.com/photos/gabrielaalva/2709501462/  30 by leairbag EYE LEVEL
  15. 15. Is when the camera is above the scene and looks down upon it.  Photo Credit:  http://www.flickr.com/photos/suburbanadventure/6591849591/  Another High Angle Shot by Terry Robinson HIGH ANGLE LEVEL
  16. 16. Is a shot where the camera angle is tilted. A technique used to suggest ”Point-of-View” shots making the atmosphere of the scene shift.  Photo Credit:  http://www.flickr.com/photos/tjblackwell/3637017432/  Oblique Tunnel Shot by Tom Blackwell OBLIQUE SHOT

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