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Digital Photography Activity 3. Tony Lipe. 1) Eye-Level 2) High angle 3) Low angel 4) Bird’s Eye 5) Slanted. What are the different types of Camera angles?. Wide Shot Close Up Medium Close Up Mid Shot Extreme Close Up Cut-in Cutaway. 7 Different types of Camera shots.

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what are the different types of camera angles

1) Eye-Level

2) High angle

3) Low angel

4) Bird’s Eye

5) Slanted

What are the different types of Camera angles?
7 different types of camera shots

Wide Shot

  • Close Up
  • Medium Close Up
  • Mid Shot
  • Extreme Close Up
  • Cut-in
  • Cutaway
7 Different types of Camera shots
3 different types of photo s

Travel Photo is about 2 different types of passports. Ultra Violent is with 2 flowers with the reflection of the sun. The Paranormal is a sample of Lincoln and a ghost. The Paranormal sample is the best because it spokes me out the most.

3 Different types of Photo’s
6 components of the camera

Body: A light-tight compartment to house the recording medium.

  • Lens: A transparent element to focus light rays onto the recording medium of the components.
  • Aperture: controlling how much light reaches the recording medium.
  • Shutter: controlling how long the recording medium is exposed to the incoming light.
  • Viewfinder: to see the image that is to be captured.
  • Transport: a method of moving the film and holding it in the correct position.
6 components of the Camera
5 types of cameras

SLR : The viewfinder sees the same image as the main lens, what you see is what you get.

Viewfinder : In this type of camera the viewfinder is separate to the lens

  • Twin Reflex : The camera has 2 lenses — 1 for the photograph and one for the viewfinder.
  • View: Bellows that joins 2 standards, 1 with lens and the other with film.
  • Pinhole: A normal camera with no lens.
5 Types of Cameras
clear about subject

I should make sure that my photography is a clearly defined subject. If I tried to take a picture of a person, and I don’t really like the background, I can just zoom in on the person. If I am taking pictures of flowers, I should do wide shots because it seems like the best way to take pictures of flowers

Clear about subject
why do you compose the entire frame

When I’m taking pictures of the entire frame, it is easy to overlook the other parts of the composition. If the objects of the shot is not completely on the frame, then I should make sure it still looks good. I also know that objects of the picture looks terrible, when you see the whole things.

Why do you compose the entire frame?
why use different camera angles

We use different angles because it has a strong influence on it being perceived. A photo that is looking down on a person that may look terrible after taking it. But when I’m taking a picture that is looking up on someone, then it looks good.

Why use different camera angles?
why should you strive for balance

If you strive the balance, then it look pretty good. If your balance is terrible then it isn’t going to work well for the photo, but when you strive the balance, then it would work well.

Why should you strive for balance?
why use lines when composing

You use lines for many composition, like Vertical lines when you use it on power and height. Horizontal for stability and security. Diagonal when it effects dynamic than vertical and horizontal. Curved when you reflect nature, relaxation, and sensuality.

Why use lines when composing?