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Copy of Video Basics

Video basics, camera angles

Eric Rose-Phillips

on 7 January 2014

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Transcript of Copy of Video Basics

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Types of shots
Yet another extreme close up
establishing shot:
Allows the audience to see a large area.
Called an establishing shot when used to establish location.
Medium shots
A shot wide enough to see the subject (or the talent) in the surrounding space, providing some context. Shot from the waist up
This medium shot is a three shot.
Over the shoulder shot
Shot from over the shoulder, used to show actor speech and reactions from new angle
Shows details such as facial expression. Use sparingly for moments that are more reveling.
Extreme close-up
So close it may take the audience a moment to figure it out; provides striking visual detail Use sparingly for moments that are more reveling
See some different camera lengths in action
The Rule of Thirds for Film
Seven Deadly Sins
Kill Bill
The Good the Bad and the Ugly
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