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Framing the Shot. Alexis Mojka. Determine the depth of field and the lens used to shoot it. What is Framing?. The act of determining the boundaries of the image Two Types Camera-to-Subject Distance Camera-to-Angle Distance. Extreme Long Shot.

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Framing the Shot

Alexis Mojka



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What is Framing?

  • The act of determining the boundaries of the image

    Two Types

  • Camera-to-Subject Distance

  • Camera-to-Angle Distance


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Extreme Long Shot

  • Frame in which the scale of the object is very small

  • A building, landscape or crowd of people will fill the screen


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Long Shot

The scale of the object shown is small

Standing human would appear less than half the height of the screen


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Medium Long Shot

Framing at a distance that makes an object about four or five feet high appear to fill most of the screen vertically

A human figure seen from the knees up would fill most of the screen


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Medium Shot

  • Scale of the object shown is moderate size

  • A human figure from the waist up would fill most of the screen


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Medium Close-Up

Scale of the object shown is fairly large

A human figure seen from the chest up would fill most of the screen


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Close - Up

The scale of the of the object shown is relatively large

A person’s head seen from the neck up or an object of comparable size that fills most of the screen


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Extreme Close-Up

The scale of the object shown is very large

A small object or a part of the body will fill the screen


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Bird’s Eye View

Shot taken from directly above the object

Most extreme high-angle shot


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Low-Angle Shot

A shot in which the camera looks upward toward the subject


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High-Angle Shot

Camera looks downward toward the subject




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And Now For Some Moving Images…

  • Movie Trailers

    • Series of selected shots from the advertised film

    • Purpose is to attract an audience to the film

    • Shots are usually drawn from the most exciting, funny, or otherwise noteworthy parts of the film


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Trailers

  • There Will Be Blood

  • The Bourne Ultimatum



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Image Sources

  • http://www.altfg.com/Stars/s/streetcar-named-desire.jpg

  • http://faculty.cua.edu/johnsong/hitchcock/index.html

  • http://www.worth1000.com/entries/318500/318509YEgd_w.jpg

  • http://www.filmreference.com/images/sjff_03_img1027.jpg

  • http://untitled79.files.wordpress.com/2007/11/vertigo-still-16.jpg

  • http://www.cinematographers.nl/GreatDoPh/Films/PhiladelphiaStory.jpg

  • http://filmstills5.netfirms.com/lordoft1/lordo45.jpg

  • http://faculty.cua.edu/johnsong/hitchcock/pages/stills/shower-4.html

  • http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Searchers_(film)

  • http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Image:Close_up_face.jpg

    Source for the remainder of the stills

  • http://filmsite.org/


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