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  1. Shooting Awesome Video Know What to Record

  2. Main Menu What are typical camera lengths? What are typical camera angles? What are typical camera movements? Click here to complete an activity Click here to end presentation

  3. Camera Lengths Extreme long shots (XLS) ?

  4. Camera Lengths • Extreme long shots (XLS) • A shot framed to see the subject completely surrounded by the environment and other things happening in the scene.

  5. Camera Lengths • Extreme long shots (XLS) • A shot framed to see the subject completely surrounded by the environment and other things happening in the scene • Usually used to establish the location of the scene

  6. Camera Lengths • Extreme long shots (XLS) • A shot framed to see the subject completely surrounded by the environment and other things happening in the scene • Usually used to establish the location of the scene

  7. Camera Lengths Long Shot (LS) ?

  8. Camera Lengths • Long Shot (LS) • A shot framed from the top of the head to below the foot.

  9. Camera Lengths • Long Shot (LS) • A shot framed from the top of the head to below the foot. • Shows the scene and the environment around the subject and allows room for action to be seen.

  10. Camera Lengths • Long Shot (LS) • A shot framed from the top of the head to below the foot. • Shows the scene and the environment around the subject and allows room for action to be seen.

  11. Camera Lengths Medium Shot (MS) ?

  12. Camera Lengths • Medium Shot (MS) • Framed from the top of the head to the waist

  13. Camera Lengths • Medium Shot (MS) • Framed from the top of the head to the waist • Allows for personal action while seeing some body language

  14. Camera Lengths • Medium Shot (MS) • Framed from the top of the head to the waist • Allows for personal action while seeing some body language

  15. Camera Lengths Close-ups (CU) ?

  16. Camera Lengths • Close-ups (CU) • Framed from the top of the head to the shoulders.

  17. Camera Lengths • Close-ups (CU) • Framed from the top of the head to the shoulders. • Shows emotion on the subject’s face and detail.

  18. Camera Lengths • Close-ups (CU) • Framed from the top of the head to the shoulders. • Shows emotion on the subject’s face and detail.

  19. Camera Lengths Extreme Close-ups (XCU) ?

  20. Camera Lengths • Extreme Close-ups (XCU) • Framed from the forehead to below the chin or closer.

  21. Camera Lengths • Extreme Close-ups (XCU) • Framed from the forehead to below the chin or closer. • Shows intimacy with a subject.

  22. Camera Lengths • Extreme Close-ups (XCU) • Framed from the forehead to below the chin or closer.

  23. Camera Angles Eye Level ?

  24. Camera Angles • Eye Level • A basic shot

  25. Camera Angles • Eye Level • A basic shot • Shot on the same plane as the subjects eyes

  26. Camera Angles • Eye Level • A basic shot • Shot on the same plane as the subjects eyes

  27. Camera Angles High Angle Shots ?

  28. Camera Angles • High Angle Shots • Gives off the emotion that the subject is weak, inferior and cowering.

  29. Camera Angles • High Angle Shots • Gives off the emotion that the subject is weak, inferior and cowering.

  30. Camera Angles Low AngleShots ?

  31. Camera Angles • Low AngleShots • Gives the subject a powerful stance as if they are mightier.

  32. Camera Angles • Low AngleShots • Gives the subject a powerful stance as if they are mightier. • Can make letters and objects look bigger such as in “big sales” ads

  33. Camera Angles • Low AngleShots • Gives the subject a powerful stance as if they are mightier. • Can make letters and objects look bigger such as in “big sales” ads

  34. Camera Angles Bird’s-eye View ?

  35. Camera Angles • Bird’s-eye View • Set up much like an extreme long shot.

  36. Camera Angles • Bird’s-eye View • Set up much like an extreme long shot. • Used mainly when the subject is traveling from point A to point B.

  37. Camera Angles • Bird’s-eye View • Set up much like an extreme long shot. • Used mainly when the subject is traveling from point A to point B.

  38. Camera Angles Dutch Tilt ?

  39. Camera Angles • Dutch Tilt • Gives the impression that something is wrong with the subject in the scene.

  40. Camera Angles • Dutch Tilt • Gives the impression that something is wrong with the subject in the scene.

  41. Camera Angles Over the Shoulder Shot ?

  42. Camera Angles • Over the Shoulder Shot • Used mainly in interviews or in film when two characters are talking to each other.

  43. Camera Angles • Over the Shoulder Shot • Used mainly in interviews or in film when two characters are talking to each other. • Shows perspective

  44. Camera Angles • Over the Shoulder Shot • Used mainly in interviews or in film when two characters are talking to each other. • Shows perspective

  45. Camera Movement Tilt Vertical movement of the camera angle, i.e. pointing the camera up and down (as opposed to moving the whole camera up and down).

  46. Camera Movement Tilt Vertical movement of the camera angle, i.e. pointing the camera up and down (as opposed to moving the whole camera up and down).

  47. Camera Movement Pan Horizontal movement, left and right

  48. Camera Movement Pan Horizontal movement, left and right

  49. Camera Movement Zoom A change in the lens focal length with gives the illusion of moving the camera closer or further away

  50. Camera Movement Zoom A change in the lens focal length with gives the illusion of moving the camera closer or further away