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Basic camera angles. 8. 7. 6. 5. 4. 3. PICTURE START. The camera affects what each shot means. There are four main things to think about: • framing and what's in the picture. • where the camera is positioned . • how the lens is used. • whether the camera moves.

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PICTURE

START

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The camera affects what each shot means.

There are four main things to think about:

• framing and what's in the picture.

• where the camera is positioned.

• how the lens is used.

• whether the camera moves.

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XCU - Extreme Close Up

This shot is intended to reveal an enhanced emotive response to an onscreen event or uncovers a plot point.

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CU - Close Up

This is used to read emotion or reaction. Like the XCU it is usually to enhance an emotive response or to reveal something key.

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A standard shot commonly used for dialogue. The angle focuses on what the character is saying.

MS - Medium Shot/Talking Head/Head and Shoulders

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M2S - Medium 2 Shot

A common establishing shot for a dialogue before switching to OSSR.

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LS - Long Shot

Another common conversation establishing shot. It shows who is having the conversation and importantly, the location in one shot.

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OSS - Over Shoulder Shot

This is the standard shot for a dialogue sequence.

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OH - Over Head

Not so common a shot, but one used for psychological impact, say if the meeting is illicit.

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This shot is another crane or balcony speciality. It allows a 3rd person perspective and allows for more background in theshot.

HA - High Angle/Birds Eye View

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The Low Angle givesan impression of greatness or power. Varying degrees of this angle will enable a sense of the imposing and authority.

LA - Low Angle/Worms Eye View

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The Dutch tilt is used to create an air of psychological trauma. This angle is often used when the script demands horror or unbalance of character.

DUTCH TILT

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Finally, you should always consider the framing of your shot. Use the concept known as ‘ Rule of Thirds’ to do this.