Rain Cahigas 904
SHOTS & ANGLES
CAMERA SHOTS
The amount of space seen in a single
shot/frame.
Behind the Camera by Miroslav Petrasko
http://www.flickr.com...
CAMERA ANGLES
The way a scene is composed and shot.
Getting the Right Angle by Ron Lute
http://www.flickr.com/photos/ronwl...
EXTREME LONG SHOT
A shot taken from a far place, that
shows scenery. It’s usually used to set a
setting. The shot normally...
LONG SHOT
Shows “life-like” dimensions; a woman
looks as tall as she would be. It usually
shows the whole body of the char...
MEDIUM SHOT
Shows the subject from the waist up, and is used
often during dialogue, or to show details of action.
Variatio...
RULE OF THIRDS
A “photography rule” in which the photographer
imagines/sets up a grid that has 9 sections. They then
place...
EXTREME CLOSE UP
A shot that gets close enough to show extreme detail
that normally cannot be seen with the human eye.
Usu...
OVER THE SHOULDER SHOT
A shot taken from behind the shoulder of the character
looking at the talking subject. The characte...
TWO-SHOT
A scene shot with two people facing side-by-
side that introduce them comfortably. It is
often used for interview...
EYE LEVEL
A shot that positions the camera at the
height of a human as if they were the
ones observing the scene, so that ...
HIGH ANGLE LEVEL
Less extreme from the bird’s eye view, the camera is
lifted high to give a general overview of the scene,...
OBLIQUE SHOT
A shot which is taken with a tilted
camera. When it is actually seen, the
subject appears to be on its side.
...
POINT OF VIEW
The height, position, and direction
all define the point of view in a shot.
LookUp by Margot Gabel
http://ww...
LINKS
http://www.eicar-international.com/definition-extreme-long-shot.html
http://www.mediaknowall.com/camangles.html
http...
Rain's Shots and Angles Powerpoint
Rain's Shots and Angles Powerpoint
Rain's Shots and Angles Powerpoint
Rain's Shots and Angles Powerpoint
Rain's Shots and Angles Powerpoint
Rain's Shots and Angles Powerpoint
Rain's Shots and Angles Powerpoint
Rain's Shots and Angles Powerpoint
Rain's Shots and Angles Powerpoint
Rain's Shots and Angles Powerpoint
Rain's Shots and Angles Powerpoint
Rain's Shots and Angles Powerpoint
Rain's Shots and Angles Powerpoint
Rain's Shots and Angles Powerpoint
Rain's Shots and Angles Powerpoint
Rain's Shots and Angles Powerpoint
Rain's Shots and Angles Powerpoint
Rain's Shots and Angles Powerpoint
Rain's Shots and Angles Powerpoint
Rain's Shots and Angles Powerpoint
Rain's Shots and Angles Powerpoint
Rain's Shots and Angles Powerpoint
Rain's Shots and Angles Powerpoint
Rain's Shots and Angles Powerpoint
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  1. 1. Rain Cahigas 904 SHOTS & ANGLES
  2. 2. CAMERA SHOTS The amount of space seen in a single shot/frame. Behind the Camera by Miroslav Petrasko http://www.flickr.com/photos/theodevil/8539328262/
  3. 3. CAMERA ANGLES The way a scene is composed and shot. Getting the Right Angle by Ron Lute http://www.flickr.com/photos/ronwls/3382637818/
  4. 4. EXTREME LONG SHOT A shot taken from a far place, that shows scenery. It’s usually used to set a setting. The shot normally shows an exterior, and will show very little detail. http://www.flickr.com/photos/scyrene/7952024556/ Central Pier long exposure by scyrene
  5. 5. LONG SHOT Shows “life-like” dimensions; a woman looks as tall as she would be. It usually shows the whole body of the character, and still has the details of the background. http://www.flickr.com/photos/laubarnes/4661543369/ Walk on by by Laurence Barnes
  6. 6. MEDIUM SHOT Shows the subject from the waist up, and is used often during dialogue, or to show details of action. Variations are the two shot, and three shot. The background has little detail, mostly because location has already been shown, and the viewers want to see dialogue and characters. http://www.flickr.com/photos/chibichiii_merlin/83220616 96/ 3 by Chibi Chii
  7. 7. RULE OF THIRDS A “photography rule” in which the photographer imagines/sets up a grid that has 9 sections. They then place points of interest along the intersections of the grid, making the image see more balanced and natural. http://www.flickr.com/photos/colemama/6270840336/ Rule of Thirds by Marie Coleman
  8. 8. EXTREME CLOSE UP A shot that gets close enough to show extreme detail that normally cannot be seen with the human eye. Usually used for dramatic effect. The shot requires a tight focus that could easily turn out wrong with the slightest shake or error. http://www.flickr.com/photos/victoriafee/4242915343/ Extreme close-up by victoriafee
  9. 9. OVER THE SHOULDER SHOT A shot taken from behind the shoulder of the character looking at the talking subject. The character in which the camera is looking over should take up less than half of the shot. It’s used during conversations, and switched between characters. http://www.flickr.com/photos/56266537@N02/5202477189/ Over the shoulder Shot by nicole_annetan1997
  10. 10. TWO-SHOT A scene shot with two people facing side-by- side that introduce them comfortably. It is often used for interviews or when two people are presenting or hosting a show. http://www.flickr.com/photos/securecat/4340616867/ Two-Shot by Yu Morita
  11. 11. EYE LEVEL A shot that positions the camera at the height of a human as if they were the ones observing the scene, so that the angle is level with actor, etc. The camera is placed about 5 to 6 feet off the ground http://www.flickr.com/photos/yourdon/5389657491/ I got nothing to do, and nowhere to be. This seems like a pretty good place to hang out for the afternoon By Ed Yourdon
  12. 12. HIGH ANGLE LEVEL Less extreme from the bird’s eye view, the camera is lifted high to give a general overview of the scene, usually using a crane to do this. This shot makes the main object being photographed look less significant and merge into the setting to become part of a wider picture. http://www.flickr.com/photos/ramblingrovers/3913129169/ The Pension Building by Patrick and Preston Thomas
  13. 13. OBLIQUE SHOT A shot which is taken with a tilted camera. When it is actually seen, the subject appears to be on its side. http://www.flickr.com/photos/tjblackwell/3637017432/ Oblique Tunnel Shot by Tom Blackwell
  14. 14. POINT OF VIEW The height, position, and direction all define the point of view in a shot. LookUp by Margot Gabel http://www.flickr.com/photos/-mrgt-/9200087099/
  15. 15. LINKS http://www.eicar-international.com/definition-extreme-long-shot.html http://www.mediaknowall.com/camangles.html http://www.mediacollege.com/video/shots/over-shoulder.html http://www.mediacollege.com/video/shots/ http://www.mediacollege.com/video/camera/angles/ http://digital-photography-school.com/rule-of-thirds Camera Shots http://www.owlnet.rice.edu/~engl377/film.html http://www.goodphotographyinfo.com/lesson4_point_of_view.html http://www.mediacollege.com/video/camera/tutorial/01-terminology.html

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