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Camerawork. Shot types, angle and movement. Framing. Long shot- when the camera takes a shot of the entire object or human Extreme long shot- the same as long shot but the background is included as well mid/medium shot- a shot of the head up to the waist

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Camerawork

Camerawork

Shot types, angle and movement


Framing

Framing

  • Long shot- when the camera takes a shot of the entire object or human

  • Extreme long shot- the same as long shot but the background is included as well

  • mid/medium shot- a shot of the head up to the waist

  • Close up- a shot of just the top of the shoulders and the head

  • Extreme close up- gets right in and shows extreme detail e.g. Eyes

  • Medium close up- a shot in-between a mid shot and a close up

  • One/two/three shot- a shot depending on the number of people in it e.g. Two shot= a shot with 2 people in it


Task 1

Task 1

Match the picture to the shot name:

1)Long shot

2)Close up

3)Extreme long shot

4)Medium close up

5)One/two/three shots

6)Extreme long shot

7)Medium shot


Angles

Angles

  • Eye level- the camera is positioned as though a human is actually observing a scene

  • Low angle-a shot from a camera angle positioned low on the vertical axis

  • High angle-usually when the camera angle is positioned above the eye line- when a camera is taking a shot on an angle or tilt

  • Birds eye view/ Ariel shot-a shot looking down on the scene


Task 2

Task 2

Match the picture to the shot name:

  • Low angle

  • Canted

  • Eye level

  • High angle

  • Birds eye view/ Ariel shot


Movement

movement

  • Pan-This is a swivelling movement, i.e. mounted in a fixed location on a tripod or shoulder

  • Tilt- This is a really simple shot because the only thing is, is that the camera is tilted when the shot is taken

  • Pedestal- the camera just moves up and down while it is placed on a stand called a pedestal

  • Tracking shot- this is when the camera is moving in time with the shot (mainly used for running scenes)

  • Dolly- a shot which moves and is places on a dolly stand

  • Crab- this shot is exactly like a crab it just moves sideways

  • Arc- this is when the shot moves forward and sideways


Other shots

Other shots

POV- point of view shot

Over the shoulders shot- this is when the camera is placed as though you are the other person

Reaction shot- shots which show the reaction

Cutaway- (Extra shot) used to establish the scene and cuts from the main action

Hand held- this is when you use a handheld camera


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