Media Journal. What camera shots would you use to create a 5- shot sequence capturing a student walking into this classroom and sitting down at a desk?. Broadcast and Video Production I. Shot Sequences and Storyboards. Shot Sequence.
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A basic sequence generally begins with a wide-angle shot that establishes in the viewer’s mind where the action is taking place. This shot should only show what is important and relative to the scene.
A medium or close-upshot should follow the establish shot.
A Cutawayis a shot of some action not taking place in the scene.
A Cut-inis a shot of some action that is taking place in the scene. One commonly used cut-in is the shot of the TV reporter’s face listening to the response in an interview. A cutaway in the same situation would be a shot of a scene, which is relevant to what the person is talking about.
The arc:The arc that is formed in the half circle is where the camera can be placed when shooting sequences.
The Diameter:The straight line that is the diameter of the circle becomes an imaginary line that should not be crossed when shooting a sequence. If you cross that line, viewer confusion would result because the subjects would be looking from opposite directions.
Example: Would apply in a football game where you want all players to move in the same direction. It would also apply to an interview.
Cross the Line by Leaving the Camera Run:Camera is running while the videographer moves across the line.
Example:You are filming a person baking a cake. You want to show how they are mixing the ingredients from the other side of the counter. So, you leave the camera running while you carefully walk around the counter to the new position.
Cross the Line by Stopping on It:Record a situation, use a cut shot of someone or something on the line, then cross the line.
Example:Using the cake example, you would record the person baking the cake from the one side of the counter, pause the recording, take a close-up shot of the person’s face intently concentrating on baking, pause recording, cross the line and begin recording from the other side.