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PHOTOGRAPHY. Alexandra Filosa. What are the different types of camera angles? Eye-Level High Angle Low Angle Bird's Eye Slanted. Eye-level. High-angle. Birds-eye. slanted. Low angle. List 7 different camera shots . Close up -Cu . VWS very wide shot. Cut in. Extreme Wide shot.

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  1. PHOTOGRAPHY • Alexandra Filosa

  2. What are the different types of camera angles? • Eye-Level • High Angle • Low Angle • Bird's Eye • Slanted • Eye-level High-angle Birds-eye slanted Low angle

  3. List 7 different camera shots Close up -Cu VWS very wide shot Cut in Extreme Wide shot Two-shot MS mid shot Medium close-up

  4. What is the rule of thirds? The rule of thirds is the concept in video and film production. The frame is divided into nine imaginary sections. It creates reference points that act as a guide for framing an Image.

  5. Discuss three different types of photography? What is your favorite type? Space photography-photos that are taken in space Kirlian photography-is a contact print photography its when an object is connected With a high voltage source.This creates an aura-like image. This type of photography is Often used for paranormal pictures. Convenience photography is used in a mobile phone’s built in camera. People used There phones to take pictures of advertising and other things. My favorite type of photography is “convenience” photography.

  6. What are six components of the camera? Six components are the body, lens, aperture, shutter, view finder, and transport. Body: A light-tight compartment to house the recording medium (film or CCD).Lens: A transparent element to focus light rays onto the recording medium.Aperture: A method of controlling how much light reaches the recording medium.Shutter: A method of controlling how long the recording medium is exposed to the incoming light.Viewfinder: A way to see the image that is to be captured.Transport: In film cameras, a method of moving the film and holding it in the correct position.

  7. What are the five types of cameras? The five types of cameras are SLR single lens reflex, viewfinder, twin reflex, view, and Pinhole.

  8. Why should you be clear about the subject? Make sure you know exactly what it is you are photographing, i.e. have a clearly defined Subject. If you have an emoty space you need to have one with composition and elements.

  9. Why do you compose the entire frame, not just the subject? If an object is not completely in shot (i.e. part of it is outside the frame), make sure it will still look okay. Some objects don't look good if you can't see the whole thing, or at least a certain amount of it. Partial objects can be awkward or even confusing; for example, a sign that begs to be read but is cut off half way through. You can't always avoid this situation; sometimes it doesn't matter, and you may even use it for effect. However it is something to be mindful of — try to have a reason for including or excluding partial objects.

  10. Why use different camera angles? You use different camera angles to add an unusual or dramatic effect to a picture. Pictures can be adding an impact because of the different camera views. An object can Be dramatized from the camera angles it can change how you look at the picture.

  11. Why should you strive for balance? You need to strive for balance to balance the contrast, size, shape, soft and sharp areas, And background as well as technology and nature.

  12. Why use lines when composing your composition? Different lines have different effects:Vertical lines emphasise strength, power and height.Horizontal lines emphasise width, stability and security.Diagonal lines have a more dramatic, dynamic effect than vertical and horizontal.Curved lines reflect nature, relaxation, sensuality, etc.

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